CIS: in Belarus, broadliner ASBIS has started to distribute Microsoft Azure cloud-based infrastructure offer in the country, through its partner network. In Russia, firewall vendor Palo Alto Networks has chosen software specialist Axoft as an official distributor. Broadliner OCS Distribution has added Hiper batteries for mobile devices to its catalog (source: Astera Rossiya).
CIS: in Belarus, broadliner ASBIS has become official distributor for Barco Clickshare wireless presentation system. The partnership also covers Kazakhstan and Russia and, outside the CIS region, Ukraine. In Russia, software specialist Axoft has inked a deal with local storage vendor RCNTEC, to distribute its Polibyte resilient cloud storage system in the country. Finally, CyberPower Systems has appointed print specialist Resource Media as a distributor for its UPS (source: CRN Rossiya).
CIS: the subsidiary of Cyprus-based broadliner ASBIS in Belarus has started the distribution of Supermicro servers and Mellanox network controllers. In Russia, value-added broadliner OCS Distribution has added Jaybird headphones from Logitech to its catalog1. Multispecialist RRC has expanded its portfolio with Motorola Solutions digital radio communication systems2 (source: Astera Rossiya 1 and 2).
ASBIS adds Kingston distribution
Broadliner ASBIS has signed agreement with Kingston Technology Company, the independent world leader in memory products, for the distribution of the complete range of Kingston's products across the Gulf region and North Africa in addition to the nine European countries under the master contract. "The distribution of innovative Kingston portfolio strengthens ASBIS market position and simplifies entrance into target segments. We are thrilled to expand our partnership with Kingston and offer more one-stop purchase opportunities to ASBIS customers in the Gulf region and North Africa. As it is seen from initial sales results, Kingston products have already proved to be commercially successful in these regions", said Eduards Lazdins, Memory MPLM at ASBIS Enterprises PLC. With the new agreement, ASBIS officially distributes Kingston memory products including DRAM, USB drives, flash cards and solid state drives across Belarus, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Latvia, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine, the Gulf region and North Africa through ASBIS offices in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates.
Broadliner ASBIS has added BlackBerry software and services to its distribution portfolio in the CEE and FSU regions, through its offices in Belarus, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine. Expanding its distribution portfolio will help the company's opportunities in highly regulated and security-sensitive sectors, such as healthcare, government and financial services. "BlackBerry software is an invaluable addition to our distribution portfolio", says Serhei Kostevitch, CEO of the ASBIS Group. "It will strengthen our go-to-market strategy in the CEE and FSU regions and as the sole distributor it will also increase our value and improve our differentiation. Overall, we are now better positioned to support customer demand for secure mobility solutions and help our professional partners grow their businesses."
"The CEE and FSU regions are emerging markets where we are keen to grow our footprint and we found a great partner in the ASBIS Group to help us achieve that goal", said Richard McLeod, VP Global Channels at BlackBerry. "We have re-invented and transformed our channel partner program earlier this year so partners like the ASBIS Group are now better equipped to take advantage of our end-to-end security solutions and software. Together we are now able to support enterprises in the CEE and FSU region who are looking to securely, connect and mobilize their mobile workforce and offer them easier access to BlackBerry Software and services."
BlackBerry gives enterprises complete confidence in their supply chain, product and data security and is trusted by industry leaders for secure mobile communications. The ASBIS Group will now be able to offer its reseller community a software platform that enables and manages security, mobility and communications between and among hardware devices, programs, mobile apps and the internet of things.
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