MELVILLE, N.Y. (AP) -- Arrow Electronics Inc., an electronics and computer components supplier, said Friday it has signed a distribution agreement with Janus Remote Communications.
Janus provides cellular-enabled devices that help companies track inventory and vehicles, read meters automatically, and monitor sensors.
Under the new agreement, Arrow will distribute Janus Terminus platform devices in the Americas regions.
The agreement will provide Arrow customers access to Janus' new technology with minimal software changes to their existing systems, Arrow Vice President David West said in a statement.
Based in Melville, N.Y., Arrow provides equipment for more than 900 suppliers and 125,000 original equipment manufacturers, contract manufacturers and commercial customers. Arrow has more than 310 locations in 51 countries and territories.
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