August 13, 2020

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SMB Channels Middle East event to launch in 2017

SMB Channels Middle East, organised by DISTREE Events, will launch in Dubai in 2017. The new two-day event will bring together 300 executives from the region’s leading resellers of IT solutions focused on serving small and medium businesses (SMBs). More than 60 vendors and value-added distributors (VADs) are set to showcase their solutions and services in the main exhibition area at SMB Channels Middle East. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 18 November 2015

Ctroniq and Lulu create ‘222’ promotion in Saudi Arabia

Mobile device vendor Ctroniq teamed up with hypermarket chain Lulu in Saudi Arabia for a special ‘222’ promotion as the relationship between the two companies continues to grow and flourish. Atheeq Ahmed, general manager at Headlinks (Ctroniq), said: “For the exclusive launch of the Ctroniq C70R with Lulu Saudi Arabia we worked on the concept theme of ‘222’ to add value to customers - a two-sim 3G tablet with two cameras, dual core processor and two year warranty, priced at SAR222 (US$59). We focused on the value for money angle to Lulu consumers by emphasising the power of two.” Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 16 November 2015

Choosing the right cloud

Sanjay Ahuja, VP of sales Middle East & Africa at AGC Networks, explains the options and considerations for enterprises looking to use cloud solutions within their business. Cloud is a disruptive technology and adopting the right solution is vital. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 3 November 2015

Ingram Micro signs NEPA deal with Microsoft

Everyone loves a good regional acronym in the IT channel. Distributor giant Ingram Micro has announced an agreement with vendor colossus Microsoft covering the North Africa, East Mediterranean and Pakistan (NEPA) region, which includes the countries of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Pakistan. With this contract, Ingram Micro is authorised to distribute the entire line of volume licensing products from Microsoft. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 2 November 2015

Huntkey powers into UAE with Sharaf DG

Power supply products vendor Huntkey has announced a deal with UAE-based retailer Sharaf DG. Under the terms of the agreement, Sharaf DG will start stocking Huntkey power strips. Sharaf DG operates 26 stores across the UAE. Huntkey is launching its latest SZN Series in Sharaf DG, including the following three models: SZN401, SZN501 and SZN507. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 30 October 2015

Ctroniq boosts online reach with wadi.com

Device vendor Ctroniq has boosted its Middle East e-tail channel reach, striking a deal to push its products through wadi.com. Middle East Internet Group (MEIG), a joint venture between Rocket Internet Group and MTN, officially launched wadi.com earlier this year as an e-commerce portal initially covering the UAE and Saudi Arabia. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 26 October 2015

WD to snap up SanDisk for US$19 billion

Storage giant Western Digital (WD) will splash out US$19 billion in cash and stock to snap up flash memory specialist Sandisk. WD claims that the deal is the next step in the transformation of WD into a storage solutions company with global scale, extensive product and technology assets, and deep expertise in non-volatile memory (NVM). Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 21 October 2015

Securifi adds Logicom as distributor

Wireless router vendor Securifi has signed Logicom to promote and distributeits Almond wireless router series. The deal will see Logicom push Securifi products through its channel partner network in the UAE, Gulf, Levant, Turkey, Pakistan, Iraq, Cyprus, Greece, Malta and Italy. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 21 October 2015

Logicom makes Middle East appointments

Distributor Logicom has named Mounir Sarkis as regional director for its UAE and Gulf operation. The company has also appointed Peter Irinarchos as general manager for the UAE and Gulf region. Sarkis will be responsible for the extended region of the GCC, including Saudi Arabia. He has proven his leadership qualities within Logicom first as sales manager in the UAE and the Gulf and then as general manager of Logicom Saudi Arabia. Sarkis will now lead Logicom’s strategies for extending sales revenues and partner reach across the extended region. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 19 October 2015

Securifi eyes Middle East channel expansion

Wireless router vendor Securifi hopes to expand its operations in the Middle East by signing up new partners across the region. Securifi wants to promote its innovative range of Almond touchscreen wireless routers and identify potential channel partners across the region. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 19 October 2015

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