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Taiwanese PC vendor makes a local play

Taiwanese PC vendor makes a local play

Partnership with Impact to bring select thin clients, zero clients, and servers to A/NZ

Taiwanese server and thin client manufacturer, Atrust, is making a move in both Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) through a new partnership with Impact System Technology.

As the vendor’s master distributor for the region, Impact will take on a selection of thin clients (including t62, mt100, a100T, t170W), zero clients (w100, a100w, m300), and servers (s101).

As part of the agreement, Impact has structured itself with dedicated product managers and technicians to provide end-to-end sales and technical support.

This includes the management of a standard three-year warranty, with an uplift of five years.

Atrust said it is committed to offer local customers a complete framework of solutions for all industries and markets.


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