February 25, 2018

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AMD confirms Ghilardi appointment

Components outfit AMD has confirmed that Emilio Ghilardi will join the vendor in mid-August to take on a new role as senior VP and general manager EMEA. Ghilardi joins AMD from HP, where he most recently held the position of VP and general manager for the vendor’s EMEA consumer business unit. AMD has also announced that Alberto Macchi, corporate VP for sales and marketing in EMEA is leaving the company. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 25 June 2008

Westcon names new COO

Networking distribution giant Westcon has named Dean Douglas as its new chief operating officer (COO). Douglas will assume responsibility for the operational activities of the US$3billion company and report directly to Tom Dolan, Westcon president and CEO. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 19 June 2008

WatchGuard ramps up EMEA presence

Network security solutions vendor WatchGuard has officially opened an EMEA headquarters in The Hague. The move forms part of a wider effort by WatchGuard to develop its operations in EMEA. The company has expanded its sales and operations in several countries, recruited new distributors and resellers, and also localised its UTM solutions for France. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 18 June 2008

Avaya appoints new worldwide channel boss

Business communications outfit Avaya has recruited Jeremy Butt to head up its worldwide channels operation. In his new role, Butt will lead the company’s channel sales organisation, developing strategies and programmes for more than 3,400 of the vendor’s systems integrator, service provider, distributor, VAR and solution provider channel around the world. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 17 June 2008

Sharrocks grabs EMEA consumer role

Lee Sharrocks has been appointed VP consumer sales at Symantec EMEA. In his new position Sharrocks will take responsibility for building Symantec’s Norton consumer business across all channels including retail, online, through partners and also by exploring new delivery mechanisms. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 16 June 2008

Brightstar launches global accessories unit

Wireless device distribution giant Brightstar has whipped the covers off its new global accessories company called Brightstar Accessories. The new unit, which will be headquartered in Miami, will focus on the procurement, marketing, sales and distribution of innovative mobile device accessories to operator, retail and dealer customers worldwide. Brightstar has named former Jabra executive Morten Steen-Jorgensen as president and CEO of the new company. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 13 June 2008

Open Solutions signs EMEA partnership with HP

Open Solutions has struck an EMEA teaming alliance partnership with HP. The two companies reckon the deal will allow Open Solutions to push its integrated enabling technologies for financial services providers to more potential customers across EMEA. Under the terms of the agreement all Open Solutions products and services will be sold through HP’s direct sales team and reseller network. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 12 June 2008

Nokia Siemens Networks launches channel programme

Nokia Siemens Networks has whipped the covers off its brand new channel partner programme. The company hopes to extend its reach into new customers and markets and also boost its ability to bring real solutions to them. The company is committed to its ongoing future vision to connect five billion people by 2015. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 9 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

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