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Telarus Agents Get Globalgig Managed Wireless, Mobility

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Globalgig, the wireless connectivity provider, is expanding its channel program through a strategic partnership with master agent Telarus.

Globalgig will provide managed wireless and mobility services that will allow Telarus agents to deliver connectivity to more than 200 countries. Globalgig orchestrates hyperconnectivity through its patented Multi-IMSI (International Mobile Subscriber Identity) SIM card that gives partners like Telarus the capability to deliver a combination of wireline and wireless solutions.

Telarus' Adam Edwards

Telarus’ Adam Edwards

“The global nature of enterprise business requires Telarus to continually expand our service portfolio, giving our agent partners the most relevant tools to create innovative solutions,” said Adam Edwards, Telarus’ CEO. “Our partnership with Globalgig gives us the broad global reach and the ease of doing business with a provider who can deliver fully managed wireless and mobility solutions worldwide.”

With the Globalgig partnership in place, Telarus agents can immediately offer customers managed services including: wireless failover for SD-WAN and other network solutions; mobile broadband for global travelers; installation and provisioning of wireless connectivity to locations unreachable by wireline services; and internet-of-things (IoT)/M2M applications for tracking, supply chain and sensor-based solutions.

“Telarus is one of the top service distributors in the United States with an extensive agent-partner community that delivers customized solutions for enterprise businesses,” said Ernest Cunningham, Globalgig’s CEO. “We are delighted with our partnership to help businesses connect their offices and employees globally with ease.”

Early this year, Globalgig unveiled its new global channel program.


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