Cailabs signs a partnership agreement with Rexel France

10 July 2019

Rennes, France – The French deep-tech company Cailabs announces the signature of a distribution contract with the Rexel France group, a leader in the professional distribution of products and services for the energy sector.

The AROONA solution distributed in France

AROONA increases the capacity of optical fibres in local networks by optimizing the existing infrastructure. This solution thus meets a major challenge for industries, hospitals, ski resorts, military bases and university sites, which are constantly offering innovative technologies that consume ever more bandwidth.

This partnership with Cailabs allows Rexel to diversify its offer of innovative solutions and to respond to its customers’ bandwidth issues.

Rexel will now market the AROONA solution by combining its service expertise to offer proximity and support to its customers.

A trusted partnership

This agreement is a strategic step in the evolution of sales of the AROONA solution and Cailabs’ positioning on the French market.

“This partnership is perfectly in line with Cailabs’ exponential growth phase and its desire to work according to an indirect sales model,” said Patrice Mattez, AROONA Sales Director at Cailabs. “We are very pleased with the conclusion of this partnership and rely on Rexel’s expertise to market and promote our AROONA solution, which is unique on the market. “, he concludes.


Cécile Barbier, Cailabs
Tél : 06 27 61 58 06

about CAILabs

Created in June 2013, spin-off of the Kastler Brossel Laboratory, CAILabs has developed an innovative technology for processing light beams. Since 2014, it has been marketing innovative products that increase the throughput of optical fibres. In 2015, the Japanese operator KDDI set the world record for optical fibre throughput using CAILabs components, and in 2016 the AROONA solution for LAN optical fibres won numerous innovation awards, including the Huawei Digital-In-Pulse prize. The solutions designed and developed by CAILabs have the potential to reach many other industrial sectors such as aeronautics or additive manufacturing with dedicated applications.