INSYS icom partners with Ingram Micro to provide bridge between IT and OT security
INSYS icom, a leading manufacturer of industrial data communication and networking solutions continued its successful relationship with Ingram Micro in Europe and extended into Middle East and Africa, as the distributor signed an agreement to offer INSYS icom’s IoT solutions in the region.
The added value of industrial data only emerges when it becomes useful information – which is right where INSYS icom and its ecosystem of routers, gateways, application software, and managed services come in. The business unit of INSYS MICROELECTRONICS drives industrial IoT projects worldwide and creates dependable solutions for wide-ranging applications.
Firmly established in the energy sector and plant and mechanical engineering, it is already represented in the IT distribution sector across Europe. Now, the company reaches out to the MEA region and gains support from distribution-pro Ingram Micro and its Dubai-based subsidiary.
“Our solutions provide worldwide data communication, so now it is only natural for us at INSYS icom to also extend our collaboration within the global Ingram Micro family,” says Sun Spornraft, Vice President Sales and Marketing at INSYS icom. “In the MEA region, we see great potentials, especially for the energy sector as well as water and environmental technologies. Together with Ingram Micro, we offer remote maintenance and condition monitoring solutions, which help you gain profitable information from industrial data.”
With this cooperation, the IT distributor is expanding its product portfolio for the intelligent bridging between IT and OT.” said Dr. Ali Baghdadi, SVP & Chief Executive META Region and EMEA Cyber Security at Ingram Micro. “We are delighted to expand the distribution alliance with INSYS icom. Together, we will combine different requirements of industrial data communication and remote maintenance, further pursuing our course as a driver of digitalization to our customers with its all-in-one solutions – ranging from hardware to software and services.”