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Optilan and Rajant enter strategic partnership

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Global Mining Review,

Optilan has entered Rajant’s Kinetic Mesh Partner Program, combining Optilan’s security and communications integration services with Rajant’s Kinetic Mesh® wireless networking solution.

With technology playing an increasingly critical role in every aspect of business, both companies recognise the need to accelerate the development of digital solutions to ensure they remain competitive.

As a channel partner, Optilan will have access to Rajant’s full portfolio of products that together make up its Kinetic Mesh wireless networking infrastructure, featuring its BreadCrumb® nodes. Kinetic Mesh provides end-users with the necessary capacity, reliability, and scalability to keep all their critical applications running, including voice, video, and data management.

By virtually connecting Optilan’s engineering expertise with Rajant’s innovative technology, the collaboration represents a step-change in how both businesses address the market's needs.

Bill Bayliss, Optilan’s CEO, said: “The Optilan and Rajant partnership is a powerful combination. There is a two-way synergy for our companies, with Rajant’s technology both complementing and supporting our future vision. Through this strategic collaboration, we will be able to create new network solutions for our clients worldwide.”

“Partnering with Optilan will allow us to harness its understanding of complex digital product interactions, deep engineering expertise, and agile, collaborative approach which is complimentary to how our Rajant team works,” added Al Rivero, VP of Sales, Global Energy.

“It will also accelerate the adoption of Rajants’ technical solutions, leveraging Optilan’s technology foundations for even greater agility and resiliency. This will in turn enable deployment across Optilan’s many regions for optimised operations worldwide.”

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