Madison, Wisconsin, USA – Trends Electronics International has announced a strategic partnership with TechLogix Networx, U.S.-based manufacturer of HDMI signal distribution and processing hardware. Trends will serve as the Master Distribution partner for the TechLogix line across Canada, and will manage their go-to-market strategy in the custom installation, commercial AV, and Datacom markets.
“Trends was a logical choice for us,” explains Cameron Smith, TechLogix CEO. “Their continued leadership in the custom installation market, as well as their expansion into the commercial and Datacom markets, closely fits our strategic roadmap. Trends understands our technology and where our customers deploy it.”
Introduced in 2016, the TechLogix Networx brand was launched to develop emerging connectivity technologies for the custom installation and light commercial markets. Founders Cameron Smith and Christopher Melendy are pioneering solutions in 18G 4K signal distribution, fiber optics, AV over IP, wireless, and collaboration hardware.
About Trends Electronics:
Trends Electronics International is a leading wholesale distributor of mid to high-end AV products, headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia. Trends Electronics serves residential, commercial and mobile markets across Canada, through a variety of distribution channels -- from chain stores to independent retailers and custom installers. Since 1990, promotion, education and support have been the cornerstones of the company's dedication to providing a solid return on investment for dealers. Trends takes time to review and understand its customers' needs based on their individual requirements. Additional information is available online at www.trendsinc.com.
About TechLogix Networx:
TechLogix designs, develops and manufactures technology for the custom installation and commercial audio-visual markets, headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin. They are uniquely focused on collaboration products, as well as emerging technology such as fiber optics, automated controllers and 18G digital video. Additional information is available online at www.tlnetworx.com.