June 20, 2018

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Zycko brings Riverbed training to London

Value-added distributor Zycko will launch training sessions for Riverbed WAN optimisation solutions in London this August. The courses will be conducted in central London by academy@, the training division of Zycko. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 28 July 2008

NEC drops direct sales in UK

NEC Computers has announced a new sales strategy in the UK that will see the company adopt a 100% indirect channel only model. The company plans to appoint one broadline distributor in the next three months and sign up 100 accredited resellers in the UK market during the next year. The vendor believes that this will allow it to sell its products on a next-day basis and also allow customers to take advantage of its build-to-order offering. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 24 July 2008

Mindware pushes green message with Wyse

Middle East distributor Mindware has teamed up with thin computing vendor Wyse to launch the Earthsmart computing initiative in the Middle East. The campaign aims to build awareness on energy consumption and electronic waste issues. Mindware and Wyse hope that the campaign will boost demand for thin computing as companies push towards environmentally friendly business practices. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 24 July 2008

BenQ boost in Egypt

Hardware vendor BenQ’s sales in Egypt climbed 55% year-on-year for the first half of 2008. The vendor also claimed that sales of its Joybook notebooks quadrupled in Egypt, but did not disclose the actual volume of units shifted. BenQ has been working hand-in-hand with in-country partner IBS to boost its presence in the Egyptian market. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 23 July 2008

Bell gives second quarter guidance

Value-added distributor Bell Microproducts has announced global preliminary sales for the quarter ending June 2008 of between US$960m and US$970m – up some 3% from a year earlier. Sales climbed in Europe and Latin America and in Bell’s North American enterprise group. Currency shifts resulted in a positive impact of US$31m on Bell’s preliminary figures. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 22 July 2008

ATS simplifies storage solutions

Avnet Technology Solution (ATS) has launched a series of simplified storage solutions in the UK to simplify storage infrastructure sales for resellers. Working alongside IBM, ATS has put together three storage framework solutions targeted at the specific business requirements and budgets of customers. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 22 July 2008

TDME celebrates first birthday

Track Distribution Middle East (TDME) – the new incarnation of global giant Tech Data’s offloaded Middle East enterprise and components business – is celebrating the completion of its first year of operations. Track, which has expanded its team, launched new services and added SMB solutions to its portfolio in the last year, is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Middle East distribution powerhouse Aptec Holdings. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 22 July 2008

Aptec hunts for VMware partners

Middle East distribution giant Aptec has been on the hunt for channel partners to join the VMware advantage partner programme. The company has hosted a series of seminars across the region covering the UAE, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. The Kuwait seminar also included a briefing on McAfee technology while both NetApp and Symantec took part in the event that took place in Riyadh. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 22 July 2008

STS teams up with iAxcess

Jordanian systems integrator STS has struck an agreement with regional distributor iAxcess. Under the tems of the deal STS will offer its customers a range of internet security solutions from vendors such as Kaspersky Lab and Acronis disaster and recovery solutions. The solutions will be sourced through iAxcess. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 21 July 2008

Pinnacle Micro picks up Cherry rights

Broadline distributor Pinnacle Micro has added Cherry to its vendor line-up in South Africa. Pinnacle reckons that the national market for smart card enabled devices is set to soar and wants to grab a slice of the fast-growing Cherry pie. Cherry bills itself as a specialist manufacturer of computer input devices. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 17 July 2008

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