The Delhi-based Computer, IT and Mobile distribution giant – Iris Global has delivered an impressive order towards internalizing communications for the Chennai Airport, thru its Partner, Netcon.
Talking to newsmen, Mr. Michael Raj AR, Director – Smart Mobility Practice, Netcon – an Iris Global valued partner at Chennai said – that AAI had floated an RFP for the airport for its internal wireless communication requirement, citing specific parameters. Netcon evaluated & found Ruckus products, the most suitable. They secured the order.
Iris Global, being Ruckus’s Indian Distribution partner for the subcontinent, operating and selling wireless networking equipment, made the supplies.
“We have over 2 years of relationship with Iris. We value their immense flexibility, service & adherence to schedules” said Mr. Michael Raj AR.
Netcon delivered Ruckus Controllers and Access Points to Chennai Airport. The installations done here are expandable & scalable, with options for adding more products and variants in the future.
“Ruckus is a world-class leader of innovative solutions. Their products enable customers to have a powerful, trouble-free experience and provide an opportunity for our channel partners to grow their business” said Mr. Sanjiv Krishen, Founder & CMD, Iris Global Services.
In the coming times, Netcon looks forward to Iris’s support on their future order from Chennai Airport for the wireless solution with Ruckus products.
“We value our relationship with Netcon, who are a strong ICT partner giving solutions in Data Centers, Transportation Automation, Airports, Seaports, Railways, Metros, and City Surveillance. Iris looks forward to delivering again for their future projects” said Ms. Neena Vats, Vice President – Iris Global Services.
Iris has been known for its channel-centric initiatives, flexible and transparent dealings. The partner feels comfortable with their invincible personal touch, efficiency & timely deliveries. Iris Global sees immense opportunities in Airport automation. Iris looks forward to helping them with supplies, extending credit, if needed – open their warehouses at midnight to meet urgent critical delivery deadlines.