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100Mega offers Czech channel reach at DISTREE XXL

Czech distribution outfit 100Mega Distribution will attend DISTREE XXL 2010 hoping to sign up some new vendors for its portfolio. 100Mega, which specialises in the distribution of components and networking and cabling kit, also assembles PCs, notebooks and servers under the HAL3000 brand. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 22 December 2009

Wick Hill bags Yealink rights

UK-based VAD outfit Wick Hill has been appointed as a distributor by VoIP telephony hardware player Yealink. Wick Hill claims that the latest addition to its portfolio forms part of its ongoing expansion into the converged voice-data market. The VAD has more distribution deals in the pipeline. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 16 December 2009

Rebit ramps up Italian channel reach

PC backup software vendor Rebit has named Team747 as an authorised distribution partner in Italy. Under the terms of the agreement Team747 will offer the entire line of Rebit appliance and software CD products to its channel network throughout Italy. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 15 December 2009

Avnet signs pan-European Foxconn deal

Avnet Technology Solutions (ATS) has struck a pan-European distribution deal with Foxconn. Under the terms of the agreement, ATS will push Foxconn’s AMD and Intel-based motherboards and barebone chassis components to channel partners across Europe. ATS reckons that the deal will allow it to supply system developers and OEMs with vital components required for desktop gaming solutions and small form factor computing devices. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 8 December 2009

devolo powers up for partners at DISTREE XXL

German vendor devolo has confirmed its participation at DISTREE XXL 2010. devolo specialises in home plug-based products that deliver in-house networks via existing cables. The vendor is attending DISTREE XXL to meet senior channel executives from across the EMEA region and explore potential partnerships with new distributors. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 8 December 2009

Rhiem strengthens e-commerce services

Europe-based fulfillment services provider Rhiem is ready to showcase its e-commerce expertise to technology vendors attending DISTREE XXL 2010. 500-strong Rhiem offers a full range of services to hardware and software vendors including printing, packaging, warehousing, shipping and reverse logistics, offering manufacturers the ability to build and develop sales channels across the continent quickly and efficiently. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 7 December 2009

Devon IT signs Tdist deal

Devon IT has announced a tie-up with VAD outfit Tdist. The deal will see Tdist offer Devon IT’s range of thin client terminals and hosted desktop solutions to its VAR customer base. Devon IT claims that it is the fastest growing provider of thin clients worldwide and reckons that partnering with Tdist will allow it to increase engagement, support and education for its customers in the UK and Europe. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 4 December 2009

TD Azlan supports Cisco move

European VAD outfit Azlan has welcomed networking giant Cisco’s plans to introduce channels booking neutrality (CBN) for all its partners. Put simply, the move means that Cisco account managers will now also receive credit for bookings made by tier-two partners through distribution. Previously, only tier-one bookings on sales orders above US$100,000 counted towards Cisco account managers’ targets. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 27 November 2009

DSG upbeat on interim results

Electronics and IT retail giant DSG International has released interim results for the 24 weeks ending 17 October 2009. Group sales were down 1% year-on-year at US$5.46 billion with an underlying gross margin of 0.4%. Total pre-tax losses after deducting non-underlying charges of US$9m were US$37.9m – a 58% decrease on the similar figure a year earlier. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 27 November 2009

Arrow ECS grabs Citrix accolades

Arrow ECS’ European subsidiaries picked up nine distributor awards from Citrix at the vendor’s recent distributor conference in Germany. DNS Arrow in the UK bagged four awards, DNS Group in Germany took home three prizes and Arrow ECS in Denmark was awarded two. All three companies are part of Arrow ECS, which is a business segment of Arrow Electronics. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 26 November 2009

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