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Logicom Georgia
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Dänemark - Mehrwertdistributor
Gametime AG
Schweiz - Spezialist
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Protempo Distribution BV
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Exertis to take digital distribution by Ztorm

Broadliner Exertis has announced its intention to further expand the online and instore, leading edge, digital delivery infrastructure solutions to retailers through its Ztorm subsidiary. Exertis Ztorm has been at the forefront of digital distribution for a decade and boasts an enviable catalogue of titles from the world's premier publishers and software houses. Its innovative solutions enable retailers to take the step from physical to digital without the costs, hassle and logistics involved with traditional POSA cards.

Exertis Ztorm managing director Annica Lejdeborn said "our focus is to help etailers and retailers deploy a cost-effective and reliable method for digital delivery. We have tested solutions for all store types ranging from small independents to large retailers or etailers. Each solution can adapt and grow according to the needs of the client. Exertis Ztorm's print instore, dynamic, no-risk alternative to POSA cards provides great advantages to retailers who can also take advantage of the promotional and marketing support provided by the Exertis retail teams."

As shipments of boxed games and software decline and demand for online downloads grows, then reliable, secure and scalable digital distribution is essential for both publishers and retailers in a market currently worth over €21.6bn. Exertis Ztorm has relationships with all the leading publishers and a growing catalogue of titles from companies that include Adobe, EA, McAfee, Microsoft, Nintendo, Sega, Sony, Symantec and Ubisoft.

First Distribution signs agreement with Symantec

South Africa: infrastructure VAD First Distribution has been appointed as a distributor within the country for Symantec. First Distribution is thus supplementing its comprehensive security portfolio offering with yet another world-class cyber security vendor, giving its customers and business partners an even wider selection of intelligent security solutions with which to protect their valuable data, information and intellectual capital.

Symantec provides security and information management solutions to help its customers – from consumers and small businesses to the largest global organisations – secure and manage their information against more risks at more points, more completely and efficiently than any other company. Symantec's unique focus is to eliminate risks to information, technology and processes independent of the device, platform, interaction or location. In Symantec's core businesses – consumer, endpoint security, information management – it utilises its market leadership positions to accelerate new growth opportunities. As the industry matures, it pairs new technologies with its core solutions to deliver integrated solutions that address evolving customer needs. As the threat landscape evolves and customers shift to adapt to new technologies and technology consumption, Symantec is investing in future growth areas such as mobile, virtualisation and SaaS that will help to reduce cost and complexity for its customers. With Symantec, customers can protect more of their information and its technology infrastructure, in greater depth, wherever information is stored or used. From securing a consumer's online identity and interactions to protecting an organisation's mission-critical data, Symantec offers the leading and best-of-breed security and data loss prevention products. And as a platform-independent software company without bias to an individual operating system or hardware environment, Symantec helps customers manage more technologies with greater efficiency, on more platforms – even in virtual environments – than any other company. With multi-platform software and a worldwide delivery and support infrastructure, Symantec helps customers optimise technology investments throughout their lifetimes.

First Distribution General Manager for Networking and Security, Simon Campbell-Young, stated: "First Distribution is very pleased to announce adding Symantec as a premium security vendor to our best-of-breed product range. With Symantec's extensive cyber security portfolio, First Distribution is well-positioned to meet the security needs of our partners, as well as to work with Symantec in successfully executing their growth and development plans across this country."

Sheldon Hand, SA Country Manager for Symantec, stated: "We are very excited about this new partnership with First Distribution. Together, we will offer the full Symantec portfolio to our customers, helping them protect against the world's most sophisticated cyber threats. First Distribution has the expertise and experience to help customers choose the right solution and consumption model that best suits their needs. From traditional approaches such as perpetual licensing, to the latest MSP and cloud offerings."

API distributes Fujitsu motherboards

Germany: broadliner API has been chosen by Fujitsu as official distributor for its newly-relaunched line of standard motherboards for PCs (source: IT Business Deutschland).

EgoSecure in the Hermitage

France: egoSecure data protection editor has inked a distribution deal with security VAD Hermitage Solutions.

Midwich Group signs Philips Dictation

British AV broadliner Midwich has secured a new partnership with Philips Dictation spanning Ireland and the United Kingdom. Midwich will act as specialist audio distributor for Philips' leading voice dictation brand. When Midwich was actively seeking to grow its audio portfolio, which already includes amplifiers, speaker, conference system and more, the AV distributor was impressed by positive customer feedback and innovative technical features offered by the Philips Dictation range. Philips' comprehensive portfolio of digital recording and transcription solutions include software, hardware and services for dictation users, secretaries and transcriptionists, as well as IT managers and administration staff. As part of the agreement, Midwich will supply Philips' consumer voice recorders, professional dictation hardware and transcription services to resellers and integrators, especially those targeting the medical and legal markets.

"Midwich has a long standing industry expertise in channel distribution. Philips Dictation is a leading manufacturer of speech-to-text solutions, and we look forward to Midwich becoming a valued partner in enabling us to maximise our potential in the UK market by delivering a strong product range and professional services to the channel", said Chris Morgan, Vice President & Sales Director UK & Ireland.

Midwich Divisional Director, Lee Baker commented: "we are confident that the winning combination of Philips’ innovative and market leading brand, and our AV expertise and market reach will prove a dynamic match. We are in a prime position to take existing customers and a growing number of prospects through the Philips range."

Alison Charters, Product Manager for Midwich's audio range, said "We are really excited to be partnering with Philips Dictation. We already successfully sell Philips monitors and large format displays, and with our technical knowledge, we believe we can increase demand for Philips Dictation products."

Tech Data Mobile announced new distribution agreement with Silent Circle

Tech Data Europe has announced a new Europe-wide agreement with Silent Circle, a vendor specialized in mobile security. Silent Circle offers private and encrypted mobile devices, software applications, and communication management services to corporations, governments and individuals worldwide. Customers across the company Mobile Solution division's entire European footprint (through offices in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom) now have easy access to the full range of Silent Circle products and solutions including:

  • Blackphone, a smartphone device that is private by design. Blackphone runs on Silent OS, an enhanced Android operating system, and carries a suite of apps designed to keep enterprise and personal information separate and private.
  • Silent Phone, an app which works on any device, enabling encrypted, secure voice calls, conference calling, video conferencing, text messaging and file transfers.
  • Silent Manager, a simple and secure cloud-based management console for enterprises to manage Silent Circle users, groups, plans and devices.

"Cyber-attacks pose one of the greatest threats to businesses, governments and consumers globally, and there is an ever-growing demand for more sophisticated and robust systems and devices to protect our private data", said Stephen Nolan, senior vice president, Tech Data Mobile. "Silent Circle's products cater to this need and we look forward to extending their reach among our partners in the channel across Europe."

"The addition of Silent Circle's solutions strengthens Tech Data Mobile's product and services portfolio. With an end-to-end enterprise privacy package that incorporates devices, software and services, Silent Circle has created a comprehensive solution to enable organizations to face the growing challenge of securing their business communication", added Luc Van Huystee, vice president, Tech Data Mobile.

"We are very pleased to partner with Tech Data", said Matt Neiderman, Interim CEO, Silent Circle. "Their geographic footprint, distribution network, and mobile and enterprise software expertise align nicely with our channel strategy, particularly as Silent Circle builds on its rapidly expanding market share for enterprise-oriented secure mobile communication solutions. We are confident Tech Data will provide exemplary support to our dedicated specialist resellers, and are committed to collaborating with them to identify and engage with experienced partners."

beroNet chooses Alliance Com

France: beroNet, a German manufacturer of cloud-managed VoIP and RNIS cards, gateways and appliances, has strengthened its distribution network through a distribution deal with Alliance Com network (comprising of regional distributors ACR Centre, ACR Distribution, Dream Tech, HBP Associés, Immotique Distribution, Indis Réseaux, Primo, Renest and Sodecpa). They join incumbent distributors Edox and Integrasys. According to beroNet, with the approaching end of the PSTN in the country, time has come for telecom integrators to find VoIP gateways to connect existing phone systems to IP links. Through this deal, beroNet will be able to reach more efficiently the market in province through Alliance Com 3500 regional customers, while Alliance-Com will get a full VoIP and ISDN offer to answer the upcoming growing demand. "We are excited about this new distribution partnership", said Christian Richter, CEO of beroNet. "This partnership with Alliance-Com will allow us to offer even more value and support around our solutions to telecom integrators." BeroNet has chosen Alliance Com as a new distributor because of its leading position in the local telecommunications market and its ability to provide technical and commercial support to all its customers. "We wanted to add to our offer a full range of cards and VoIP gateways. With reliable, simple and flexible products, BeroNet meet the needs of our customers", says Matthieu Chessari, marketing director for Alliance Com.

Two distributors for AVG

As part of its expansion strategy, antivirus editor AVG has appointed security VADs Sigma Software Distribution and Dexceo as official distributors in the United Kingdom and Denmark. Both distributors will provide its full line of AVG Business solutions. Sigma General Manager Jane Silk shared her thoughts on the new Sigma-AVG relationship, "we always strive to truly understand our partners' needs and establish long term relationships that drive opportunities. The AVG relationship is one where we can work transparently, develop the best model for the channel and then prove this in the marketplace. AVG's proven security expertise and its advanced technology will help us immediately respond to challenges our partners face in the current threat landscape. Product innovations such as AVG Managed Workplace that offer a centralized, automated platform to manage security while also helping our partners provide more services to their customers, have us very excited." Dennis Wøldike, founder of Dexceo, says: "we are looking forward to building our relationship with AVG and extending new benefits and opportunities to our partner network. As an AVG trusted partner, we can offer new security innovation and a range of solutions and services for the Scandinavian market." According to AVG, the additions of Dexceo and Sigma are a natural extension of its partner-focused model and complement its specialty focus, as well as its existing and valued broadline distributors.

ABC Data, Action, MaxComputers, NTT System and Veracomp find new partners, while Nelro Data adds two new members to its board of directors

Poland: broadliner ABC Data has become distributor for Ferguson Digital home automation solutions1. Its competitors Action, MaxComputers and NTT System have started the distribution of, respectively, DJI drones2, Xede PCs3 (a new own brand for MaxComputers) and Tucano cases for mobile devices4. Multispecialist Veracomp has been appointed official distributor for Samsung digital signage solutions. Finally, retail specialist Nelro Data has added two members to its board of directors5. Łukasz Pacholski, who was COO for the distributor, becomes vice-president beside Grzegorz Naja, also appointed new managing director of the company (source: CRN Polska 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5).

TD Azlan strengthens management team with key appointments

United Kingdom: infrastructure VAD TD Azlan has made key additions to its management team, naming Huw Jones as Business Unit Manager, HP Enterprise and also announcing the appointment of Sarah Williams as Sales Director. They join of Simon Bennett Business Unit Director, Enterprise and Peter Spreadbury, Director, Software on the TD Azlan management team under TD Azlan UK Managing Director, Rob Tomlin.

Huw Jones has been with Tech Data for almost seven years in senior account management positions, and before joining Tech Data worked at Computacenter for five-and-a-half- years. Sarah Williams has also been with the company for almost seven years working in sales roles. She previously worked for both Dell and HP and has more than two decades of experience in the IT channel.

Rob Tomlin said that the appointments put the final piece of the jigsaw into the management team and meant there would now be an even keener focus on key areas of growth for customers. "Both Huw and Sarah have the right experience in the right areas and they will be able to bring real insight to their respective roles. It's vitally important that we support our customers in developing high value business and I'm completely confident that they will do a fantastic job and ensure that TD Azlan continues to set the pace in value distribution, and can grow and develop into a truly innovative business."

TD Azlan is continuing to advance its unified strategy and approach, which places the emphasis firmly on key growth areas of the market and on specific customer segments, with increased focus on collaboration and meeting the needs of converged solutions resellers, managed services providers and unified communications specialists.

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Exertis to take digital distribution by Ztorm 2016-10-28

First Distribution signs agreement with Symantec 2016-10-28

API distributes Fujitsu motherboards 2016-10-28

EgoSecure in the Hermitage 2016-10-28

Midwich Group signs Philips Dictation 2016-10-28

Tech Data Mobile announced new distribution agreement with Silent Circle 2016-10-27

beroNet chooses Alliance Com 2016-10-27

Two distributors for AVG 2016-10-27

ABC Data, Action, MaxComputers, NTT System and Veracomp find new partners, while Nelro Data adds two new members to its board of directors 2016-10-27

TD Azlan strengthens management team with key appointments 2016-10-27

More notebooks and desktops adopt SSDs 2016-10-26

Two new distributors for NSFOCUS 2016-10-26

Virus alert sounded in ESET distribution system 2016-10-26

STORDIS and Edgecore Networks partner to expand Open Networking in Europe 2016-10-26

Microsoft picks Westcoast for official Surface role 2016-10-26

Midwich acquires Holdan 2016-10-25

ASBIS and Sectec signs new brands, while VUMS Datacom hires a new commercial director 2016-10-25

New partners for Charmex, Globomatik and Valorista 2016-10-25

IOdis displays on PNY 2016-10-25

Lenovo appoints TIM 2016-10-25

Busy times for API, Ebertlang, Infinigate, Komsa, Omega, Rotronic, Telion and Wortmann 2016-10-24

New brands for GTI and Tech Data 2016-10-24

Pinnacle opens Huawei Experience Centre 2016-10-24

Visualdis streams with Haivision 2016-10-24

Array Networks' application delivery solutions now available through Utopia Technology 2016-10-24

Western European Market for POS printers back into growth in 2015, says IDC 2016-10-21

A new boss for Ingram Micro 2016-10-21

Alltron under a Newstar 2016-10-21

Arrow closing Stockport office and considering nearshoring move 2016-10-21

Picata enters the mobile phone market 2016-10-21