The China-based company recently appointed Redington for distributing its products.
“India is our focused and key markets and we are committed to ensuring high quality product, healthy and channel friendly strategy,” said IP-COM CEO Boat Quan.
IP-COM offers WLAN networking solutions and equipment for small and medium businesses (SMB) and enterprise customers. It aims to connect with Indian industries such as hospitality, real estate, hot spot zones, corporations, educational institutions, hospitals and airports.
IDC does not figure IP-COM in the top 5 list for enterprise WLAN vendors globally.
Quan has visited India twice in the last eight months and has held several meetings with Indian IP-COM customers and partners to take stock of the strategy and policies that IP-COM India is pursuing to support its partners and benefit customers.
IP-COM has already marked its presence in all the major tier-1 and tier-2 cities by appointing Value Added Distributors across the region. The company is trying to leverage Digital India, Make in India, and Smart City programs in the country.
Bruce Zhou, global sales director IP-COM Networks, said: “IP-COM is ready to address the needs of the Indian market and support our partner/channel eco-system to align with us on the steep growth curve that we have envisaged.”
In addition to the Chinese domestic market, IP-COM has presence in the overseas markets such as India and the SAARC region, the US, Germany, Canada, Venezuela, Brazil, South Africa, Britain, Poland, Russia, Kazakhstan, Thailand, Indonesia and Australia.