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CommVault announces Magirus deal

CommVault has turned to pan-European VAD Magirus to build up the channel to market for its latest data and information management solutions. Magirus will now offer CommVault Simpana software as part of its storage and data management portfolio. The distribution deal covers the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, Austria and Switzerland. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 30 June 2008

Mindware heads to Jebel Ali

Middle East distribution house Mindware has finalised its plan to relocate its UAE warehouse facility from Dubai Cargo Village to Jebel Ali by July 6th 2008. Mindware reckons that the move will bring significant advantages, allowing it to leverage logistics capabilities and high-tech communications infrastructure available within Jebel Ali Free Zone. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 30 June 2008

FVC extends Nokia rights

Value-added distributor FVC has extended its business-focused distribution deal with Nokia to cover a wider range of products and services and new territories. The original contract FVC held with Nokia permitted sales of security products in Africa only. This has now been extended to cover the entire Middle East. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 30 June 2008

3i Infotech goes for Gridz

Solutions provider 3i Infotech has named Gridz as Middle East master distributor for its Orion Advantage and Orion Lite ERP solution. Gridz bills itself as a business solutions organisation offering IT solutions and consulting services. Adnan Al-Falah, a former managing director of Tech Data Middle East, is chairman of Gridz. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 30 June 2008

Redington hosts awards night

Middle East and Africa distribution giant welcomed more than 300 vendors, retailers and channel partners to its recent annual awards night held at Raeffles Hotel in Dubai. More than 30 awards were presented during the ceremony with the retail giants of the UAE putting in a strong performance. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 30 June 2008

Pinnacle adds Phoenix in South Africa

Phoenix Software has struck a deal to distribute the full range of Pinnacle System products in the South African market. The agreement includes distribution rights for Pinnacle Studio, the vendor’s video editing solution. Pinnacle Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Avid Technology, is a strong player in the provision of home video editing and TV viewing tools for the consumer market. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 27 June 2008

Avnet grabs gold status with Fujitsu Services

Avnet Technology Solution (ATS) has been awarded gold distributor status by Fujitsu Services. The elevated status is the highest available in Fujitsu’s supplier management programme and is based on ATS meeting stringent performance and legislative criteria. ATS is one of six gold distributors in the Fujitsu Services’ supplier management programme. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 26 June 2008

Propalms signs up Kenyan distributor

Application delivery solutions outfit Propalms has struck a distribution agreement with Kenyan IT consulting company Liontech. The deal covers the distribution of Propalms’ TSE software in Kenya. Liontech provides technology solutions to individual users, businesses and government institutions. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 25 June 2008

CGC scores Nokia hat-trick

Qatar-based Concolidated Gulf Company (CGC) has picked up a best distributor award from mobile phone giant Nokia for the third year in a row. The award – for the Middle and Near East region – recognises the company’s ability to provide efficient and high quality services to the people of Qatar, according to CGC. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 25 June 2008

Komplett pulls out of Western Europe

Norway-based e-commerce outfit Komplett has shut up shop in Western Europe. The company, which sells components, PCs, home electronics and related kit to end-users and resellers, has pulled the online shutters down on its websites in the UK, Germany, France and Austria. Komplett’s loss-making operations in Western Europe accounted for just 6% of group sales in the first quarter of 2008. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 25 June 2008

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