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Online adds Avaya enterprise portfolio

Middle East networking VAD Online Distribution has added Avaya’s enterprise portfolio to its vendor line-up. The deal covers the entire Middle East region excluding Saudi Arabia. Online says that the deal is significant for its convergent technologies business. The company will push Avaya’s internet protocol telephony systems, communications software applications and services through its reseller base. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 9 June 2008

Emirates Computers picks up Citrix prize

Citrix has named UAE-based IT solutions provider Emirates Computers as its Middle East enterprise partner of the year. The award recognised Emirates Computers’ role in promoting Citrix solutions and also its involvement in the largest Citrix deployment in the region. The award was presented at the Citrix partner exchange summit held in Dubai. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 9 June 2008

QlikView makes Middle East move

Business intelligence vendor QlikView has expanded its Middle East presence, striking a reseller partnership with ICS ME. QlikView reckons that its new channel partner will help accelerate the adoption of its business analysis solution in the region, and also provide a local support service. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 6 June 2008

Q1 Labs names Nunney as EMEA boss

Network security management outfit Q1 Labs’ global expansion drive has arrived in the EMEA region. Cisco and Juniper veteran Matthew Nunney has been appointed as EMEA theatre director, tasked with accelerating the adoption of Q1 Labs flagship product, QRadar in the region. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 6 June 2008

Ingram Micro confirms second quarter guidance

Global distribution giant Ingram Micro has reaffirmed its financial guidance for the second quarter ending June 2008. The company still expects sales to come in at between US$8.5billion and US$8.75billion with profits in the range of US$59m to US$64m. Ingram’s profit forecasts do not take into account costs related to the expense reduction plans underway in EMEA and North America. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 6 June 2008

Tumbleweed ramps up Russian channel

Tumbleweed has appointed Rainbow Technologies as a premier distributor in Russia. Tumbleweed, which specialises in managed file transfer and e-mail security solutions, reckons that its latest channel recruit will help it tap into Russia’s technology boom. Rainbow will look to sell secure content delivery solutions to private companies and government agencies throughout Russia. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 6 June 2008

RandomStorm signs up Sigma SD

Vulnerability management software vendor RandomStorm has signed up UK-based Sigma Software Distribution to expand its channel to market. Under the terms of the distribution deal, Sigma will include RandomStorm’s network vulnerability scanning tools, xStorm and iStorm in its portfolio of technical, development and business products. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 6 June 2008

Wedge adds Avosec as VAD

Wedge Networks has appointed Avosec as a value-added distributor (VAD) of its secure gateway appliances in the UK. Avosec reckons that Wedge’s line-up of secure gateways can provide their European customers with a local resource for high performance content inspection technology. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 6 June 2008

Almasa appoints new components boss

John David has rejoined Middle East distribution giant Almasa as general manager of the company’s components business. David was formerly Almasa product and territory manager during his previous stint at Almasa. David has a wealth of eexperience in the hard disk drive (HDD) channel. Almasa hopes that its latest recruit will help to cement the company’s reputation as a leading distributor of IT hardware and networking kit in the Middle East and North Africa. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 5 June 2008

Sadoun becomes EMEA enterprise boss at Arrow

Laurent Sadoun has been named as the president of Arrow Electronics enterprise computing solutions (ECS) business in EMEA, including Logix, which Arrow formally acquired on Jun 2nd. Sadoun – previously CEO and chairman at Logix - will report directly in to Arrow ECS president Andrew Bryant. Arrow received competition clearance from the European Competition Commission for its proposed acquisition of Logix in May. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 5 June 2008

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