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Neonode Inks Agreement with Ingram Micro for Distribution of AirBar Devices

Neonode Inc., the Optical Interactive Sensing Technology Company, has signed a distribution agreement with Ingram Micro Inc. for the distribution of AirBar devices.

AirBar brings displays to life, adding touch and gesture sensing to both new and existing PCs. AirBar works with Windows® and ChromeOS™ operating systems as a “Plug and Touch” solution anywhere: simply plug AirBar into the USB port and interact with the display immediately.

Ingram Micro is a Fortune 100 company that delivers a full spectrum of global technology and supply chain services to businesses around the world. The North-American footprint for Ingram Micro is unmatched in channel presence making Ingram Micro the optimum channel for Neonode to reach leading retailers, online stores and resellers in the education and enterprise markets. Furthermore, Ingram Micro’s strong alliances with major PC brands, including HP®, Lenovo®, Dell®, Asus® and Acer®, makes it easier for Ingram Micro channel partners to sell AirBar together with leading notebook offerings to meet the needs of their customers.

“We are working to bring Ingram Micro onboard in several regions globally, and Ingram Micro will play a key role in our go-to-market plans for the United States and Canada. Working closely with Ingram Micro will mean AirBar can reach a wide spectrum of retailers and resellers. It is very exciting to be working with the leading distributor and its channel partners as we expand our AirBar Devices range,” said Remo Behdasht, SVP AirBar Devices at Neonode Inc.

“We bring the widest range of technology products, solutions and services to our channel partners and enable them to deliver an exceptional customer experience,” said Mike Erwin, Senior Director, Commercial Markets Division, Ingram Micro. “We are pleased to add Neonode to our portfolio and look forward to bringing AirBar devices to the market.”


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