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Trend Micro opens Moscow office

Security outfit Trend Micro has signalled its long-term commitment to the Russian market by opening its first in-country office in Moscow. Trend Micro reckons that Russia, which it claims is now the third largest IT market in EMEA, forms part of the vendor’s long-term strategic vision of taking its smart protection network solution to a new market with unmet security needs. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 29 May 2009

Merlion launches Citilink retail concept

Russian distribution giant Merlion is expanding its retail footprint through Citilink, its latest project aimed at advanced PC users. Citlink has been set up by Merlion as a fully-fledged retail project offering customers two methods of purchasing: an online e-commerce store or through an in-store electronic terminal. Merlion claims that Citilink’s e-commerce store is already attracting hundreds of shoppers each day. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 29 May 2009

Merlion Projects gets HP gold status

Russian systems integrator Merlion Projects has picked up HP gold preferred partner status. Merlion Projects – a systems integration arm of distribution giant Merlion – specialises in the implementation of IT infrastructure solutions. Merlion Projects reckons that it made the transition from preferred partner to gold preferred partner in just two months. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 24 April 2009

Merlion gets full D-Link rights

Russian IT distribution giant Merlion has become an official distributor for networking vendor D-Link. Merlion had previously served as a sub-distribution partner for D-Link but has now been granted official distributor status for the vendor’s entire product portfolio. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 2 April 2009

Elko becomes official MSI distributor in Ukraine

Regional distribution outfit Elko has been appointed as an official MSI distributor in Ukraine. Elko covers the Baltics, Eastern Europe, Russia & CIS and offers a comprehensive product portfolio to its reseller base. The distributor reckons that its latest agreement with MSI will allow it to offer customers more competitive prices as well as the full range of MSI notebook and netbook products. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 24 March 2009

3Com and Asbis bag LAN deal in Ukraine

Networking vendor 3Com, working with alongside distribution partner Asbis, has won a multi-million dollar contract to provide Volia, the largest ISP in Ukraine, with a new LAN infrastructure covering Kharkov. The deal could be extended to cover other cities in the country as well. 3Com’s CIS direct touch sales team liased closely with Asbis to secure the deal. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 21 January 2009

Sitronics appoints VP for strategy

Russian IT and telecoms giant Sitronics has appointed Oksana Kovalevskaya as its new VP for strategy. Sitronics already has a strong presence in Russia and the CIS and is also now growing its presence in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Kovalevskaya previously held the position of deputy general director for strategy and M&A at Sistema Mass Media. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 14 October 2008

Merlion directors win Russian IT recognition

Vyacheslav Simonenko and Alexey Abramov, members of the executive team at Russian distribution giant Merlion, have been named among 25 winners for a recent magazine award. The awards, based on the decision of an expert panel of vendor executives, market analysts and commentators, picked the top 25 executives at Russian IT companies for 2008. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 2 October 2008

Jel bags Asus rights

IT distributor Jel Corporation has picked up Asus distribution rights in Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan. The new distribution agreement with Asus will be handled through Jel’s wholly-owned Middle East subsidiary, which has points of presence in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Jebel Ali in the UAE. Jel Corporation is quoted on the Singapore stock exchange. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 19 September 2008

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

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