March 24, 2018

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Tech Data confirms Scribona deal

Global distribution giant Tech Data has struck a deal to acquire assets from Nordic IT distribution outfit Scribona, which has operations in Sweden, Finland and Norway. Tech Data reckons the deal means it can better serve customers and vendor partners in the Nordic region and also better leverage investments in European IT and logistics infrastructure. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 7 March 2008

Big Blue targets Russia with OpenReferent PC project

IBM has teamed up with Red Hat software distributor VDEL and Polish distributor LX Polska to develop Microsoft-free PCs loaded with open source software for the Russian market. The surprise move from Big Blue is reported to be in response to growing demand from large accounts in the Russian market. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 6 March 2008

All eyes on HP’s channel vision

The channel changes occurring in the US have a habit of eventually filtering through to the EMEA region. Bearing this in mind, ChannelEMEA takes a closer look at some of the announcements that grabbed the headlines during HP’s Americas Partner Conference this week. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 29 February 2008

Computer 2000 signs UK deal with Garmin

UK distribution giant Computer 2000 has struck a deal with satellite navigation and GPS technology vendor Garmin. The sub-distribution agreement forms part of Computer 2000’s plans to drive significant growth in the GPS segment. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 27 February 2008

Westcon Group extends Juniper deal

Specialist distributor Westcon has extended its relationship with networking vendor Juniper to cover more countries within Europe. The deal extension means that Westcon can now offer Juniper kit in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, Ireland, Austria, Italy and the UK. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 20 February 2008

Ingram Micro EMEA bags RIM software rights

Ingram Micro EMEA has signed a new distribution agreement with wireless solutions provider Research In Motion (RIM). The new deal will see Ingram distribute RIM’s BlackBerry Enterprise Server software and BlackBerry Professional Software to resellers in the UK and Netherlands and also provide technical support services. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 14 February 2008

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