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Proxim, the wireless LAN maker, this week opened a UK office. The company said it needed a presence in this country to support its channel and customers. The Oxford office, Proxim (UK), will focus directly on channel sales, giving support to resellers and distributors as well as end-user customers. It will also work with Proxim’s European headquarters in Paris, which is used for managing marketing, sales and technical support. The office will be headed by networking channel veteran - and infamous equestrian - Catherine Pullan, Proxim channel sales manager. "With the growing demand for mobility and flexibility through wireless connectivity, we recognised that additional resource was needed to support the success of channel partners and customer installations in the UK," said Bernard Picot, Proxim European general manager. Proxim is based in Mountain View, California. ®

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