ANEDiS signs VAR agreement with InCoax for the German market
System integrator ANEDiS GmbH with ties to German city operators, Stadtwerke and other broadband customers, enters into a Value Added Reseller agreement with InCoax for the important and fast growing German broadband market.*
ANEDiS (Antenna and Network components Distribution) has built up an excellent reputation in the industry as specialists for active and passive components, as well as test and measurement equipment for broadband communication. The success is built on the well trained ANEDiS staff, the high-quality product portfolio, their market know-how, their project management competence and the faithful business relations with renowned manufacturers and cooperation partners.
After a period of testing, ANEDiS is now ready to add the in:xtnd Ethernet over coax solution to their portfolio of inbuilding broadband networks. The in:xtnd will play an important part in saving cost and time of installation to German city operators.
“As specialized broadband experts on the German market, we have identified the in:xtnd as a smart way of using existing coaxial networks for Ethernet over coax broadband distribution. Most of the German MDU building infrastructure have coaxial networks installed today and we see the in:xtnd as a vital complement to our high quality portfolio of networks components to target this market”; says Tilo Heinrich CEO of ANEDiS GmbH.
“ANEDiS will with their expertise and market reach provide great support in penetrating the German market which is one of the most fast-growing markets in Europe. We have seen substantial interest for the in:xtnd in Germany and have had field tests ongoing for some time. ANEDiS are well established in the market and have the potential to effectively market the in:xtnd to the numerous local Stadtwerke. We welcome ANEDiS with their competence, quality focus, strong market presence and excellent training facilities to our network of partners”; says Helge Tiainen, Head of Product Management, Marketing & Sales, InCoax Networks.
* According to the IDATE FTTH forecast for development of the European markets, the German amount of FTTH/B subscriptions will increase from 1,4 million 2020 to 10,5 million in 2025. The growth from 2018 to 2025 is forecasted with 1006%.