With the move Arris said that the program now provides support and sales for Arris’ product and services portfolio in every major market.
At the same time it added that it has enhanced the program with new tools and resources, enabling channel partners to “design and deliver comprehensive solutions for cable operators, telecom operators, ISPs, broadcasters, and enterprises”.
“By strengthening our channel resources and extending our reach, Arris is positioning our company to take advantage of new growth opportunities in every market. The evolution of our Channel Program also reflects our commitment to our partners and their customers around the world,” said Pete Wagener, Arris SVP, sales and business operations.
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