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Sparxent plans Russia ramp up with Arbyte move

Sparxent, a US-based start-up VAR with aggressive worldwide expansion plans, has signed a letter of intent to snap up Moscow-based IT service provider Arbyte. Sparxent wants to position itself as a vendor agnostic midmarket IT and business solution provider and is preparing a string of acquisitions to make its mark in this sector. Arbyte Group has a significant customer base in the Russian Federation and Ukraine. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 16 September 2008

Western Digital strikes Jarir deal

Hard drive giant Western Digital has struck a deal that will see Saudi Arabian retail giant Jarir Bookstore sell the vendor’s consumer line of portable storage devices in its stores. This new retail agreement forms part of WD’s overall strategy to strengthen its presence in the Kingdom. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 16 September 2008

DataCore and Fujitsu Siemens team up in Europe

Fujitsu Siemens and DataCore have announced a European partnership, which will see the two companies collaborate on distribution, marketing and technical support. The two vendors claim that the deal has come about through the growth and success of DataCore’s storage virtualisation software projects and Fujitsu Siemens hardware and project support. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 15 September 2008

Azlan bags D-Link project deal in Europe

Tech Data’s Azlan unit has been picked to provide distribution services for networking outfit D-Link as part of a project to supply equipment to cinemas across Europe. D-Link is providing Arts Alliance Media (AAM), one of Europe’s leading providers of digital film distribution services, with the network infrastructure for digital cinemas throughout the European region. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 11 September 2008

Russian IT market worth US$17.4 billion in 2008

The Russian IT market will be worth US$17.4 billion for full year 2008, according to data from the latest report on global IT spending released by the European Information Technology Observatory (EITO). The 2008 market value represents 17.5% year-on-year growth and with a similar increase predicted next year, Russian IT spend will smash through the US$20 billion barrier in 2009. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 11 September 2008

C-MI Labs lands DES distribution deal

Data Encryption Systems (DES) has struck a distribution deal with C-MI Labs. Under the terms of the deal C-MI, which bills itself as a specialist online distributor of security technology, will sell DES’s encryption tool, DESlock+, to its UK reseller base. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 9 September 2008

Quintum adds Italian VAD

VoIP technologies vendor Quintum has signed up Bludis as a value-added distributor in Italy. Bludis, which offers VoIP expertise and services to resellers in Italy, will spearhead Quintum’s efforts in the country. Bludis will support and develop Quintum’s Tenor VoIP switch and gateway business and also target new Microsoft initiatives with Microsoft Office communications server 2007. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 9 September 2008

Mega heads East with new partner

Enterprise architecture and business process analysis specialist Mega has extended its partner programme reach to Eastern Europe and Russia, signing a deal with Budapest-based BPM International. Mega has sold more than 50,000 licences for its modelling suite and governance, risk and compliance (GRC) software suite. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 8 September 2008

Sangoma signs distribution deal with Allnet

Sangoma Technologies, a PC-based telephony solutions provider, has partnered with Allnet - a European developer, manufacturer and distributor of advanced networking and communications technology - to expand its route-to-market in France. Sangoma offers hardware and software products for proprietary and open source based networking and telephony solutions. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 8 September 2008

Copan drives channel sales

Data storage solutions provider Copan Systems launched its international channel partner programme last month. Copan has signed up 21 partners in EMEA and works with more than 50 partners worldwide. Copan’s EMEA partner base includes VADition, Comparex, ARES IT Services, Terasystems STME, HMK Group, CPE Group, Sistemas Informaticos Abiertos (SIA), and E&M Computer Systems. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 8 September 2008

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