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Small Tree Names Macsense Australia Pacific Rim Distributor

May 2, 2007 by Joe DiBenedetto

Innovative Networking and Storage Technology Ideal for Growing Markets

Oakdale, MN, May 2, 2007Small Tree Communications, a leader in networking and storage solutions, has designated MacSense Australia as its Pacific Rim distributor.  Now, all of Small Tree’s innovative and cost-effective technology solutions ideal for small- to mid-size businesses, as well as professional audio/video production and post-production facilities, are available and more accessible to resellers located in the Pacific Rim.

“As we seek to continue our rapid growth, it is critical that we strengthen our distribution network to further business development,” stated Derek Robb, vice president of business development for Small Tree Communications.  “MacSense Australia is a well-known distributor with an outstanding reputation in the Pacific Rim region for offering leading-edge products.  Building business partnerships with companies such as this is crucial to our future success.”

MacSense Australia is a privately owned company whose mission is to sell, distribute and support Best of Class computer peripherals and accessories.  The company strives to meet the high standards common in the Macintosh Community while exceeding customers’ quality, service and delivery expectations.  The company’s strengths include a team of seasoned industry professionals with extensive experience in sales and distribution business. Current vendors carried by MacSense Australia include Vicom Systems, Maxtronics, Highpoint Technologies, Prosoft Engineering, Thursby Software, Soft Solutions, MacSpeech and VXI.  MacSense will be the exclusive distributor of Small Tree products in Korea, Taiwan, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan, Australia and New Zealand.

“Small Tree Communications is well known throughout the Macintosh community for maximizing bandwidth and improving system performance, so adding their products to our offerings was a natural fit,” said John Khoo, managing director for MacSense Australia.  “With Small Tree’s storage technology solutions, gigabit and 10 gigabit network cards, customers in our region can now streamline their workflow by significantly increasing their workload capabilities.

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