Ingram Micro, Synnex Offer Opengear Products Via GSA Contract Vehicle

Opengear‘s management products for information technology infrastructures have been made available through the General Services Administration‘s schedule by distributors Ingram Micro and Synnex.

The distributors will offer Opengear’s products at education and government pricing through GSA’s contract vehicle, the company said Monday.

GSA contractors can employ Opengear platforms from resellers that purchase the products through the administration’s schedule. Opengear products available through the GSA schedule include the Smart Out-of-Band access platform and the Failover to Cellular network uptime system.

Opengear noted that its products are compliant with the Trade Agreements Act.

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