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Exeed continues agency expansion

Exeed continues agency expansion

Exeed is further widening its product portfolio with the addition of hardware security agency Lockitdown and Luxul Wireless.

The company most recently signed Lockitdown, a manufacturer of cable and chain anti-theft devices for PCs and laptop locking cables and leashes.

Exeed managing director Justin Tye says the Lockitdown range complements its range of PC Loc notebook trolleys and cages, that it began distributing last year.

“We have been getting an increasing number of enquiries about solutions in this area, particularly from the education sector, so the opportunity to partner with Lockitdown was timely. The products are designed to physically secure servers, desktops, monitors, laptops and printers to significantly reduce the risk of theft.”

Earlier this month Exeed signed wireless networking company Luxul Wireless to distribute its pro-wav systems, signal boosters and antennas.

In October last year the company underwent a rebranding as part of a strategy to become known as more than an HP-specialist distributor.


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