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Fluke signs Allied as distributor

September 5, 2008 - Allied Electronics has signed an agreement with Fluke Networks, a leading manufacturer of enterprise network test solutions, to distribute its full product line.

“Allied is pleased to add Fluke Networks to our line card and offer customers access to their market leading solutions,” said Scott McLendon, Vice President of Marketing at Allied. “Customers can now benefit from our expanded offering of test and measurement solutions to deploy, test and optimize their networks.”

Allied now offers Fluke Networks’ full line of installation tools, copper/fiber certification testers and hand held network analyzers. The Fluke Networks product line will be featured in the new Allied catalog scheduled to debut in October.

“We are pleased to partner with Allied to distribute our product line,” said Rick Laporte, Vice President, Americas Sales & Support at Fluke Networks. “Allied’s broad customer base and dedicated local branches will allow both companies to expand our market opportunities.”

About Allied Electronics
Allied Electronics’ headquarters are located in Fort Worth, Texas, with 55 sales branches across the United States and Canada. Allied is a subsidiary of Electrocomponents plc (LSE: ECM), the world’s leading catalog component distributor. Electrocomponents has operations in six continents and headquarters in Oxford, England.

About Fluke Networks
Fluke Networks provides innovative solutions for the testing, monitoring and analysis of enterprise and telecommunications networks and the installation and certification of the fiber and copper foundation of those networks. Our comprehensive line of Network SuperVision Solutions provide network installers, owners, and maintainers with superior vision, combining speed, accuracy and ease of use to optimize network performance. Headquartered in Everett, Washington, Fluke Networks has over 500 employees worldwide and distributes its products in more than 50 countries and are used by 96 of the Fortune 100 companies.

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