Disway launches the first Amazigh-ready Android tablet
Moroccan broadliner Disway has launched its first Android tablet including an Amazigh/Berber (an ethnicity present in Northern Africa) keyboard, under its Yooz brand. This tablet is available through Disway offices in Morocco and Tunisia, and indirectly in other relevant African countries (Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Niger) upon demand from local resellers.
Jabra signs with Disway
Headset vendor Jabra has inked a distribution deal with broadliner Disway, covering French-speaking Africa. Effectively, Disway will distribute Jabra products in Morocco and Tunisia.
Asustek appoints Disway
Morocco: Taiwanese vendor Asustek has appointed broadliner Disway as an official distributor and after-sale service provider for its full offer in the Kingdom.
Adobe Systems signs Alfalak Distribution
Saudi Arabia : Adobe has appointed broadliner Alfalak Distribution as an official distributor. Alfalak joins the company's strategic network of Middle East and North African distributors which includes Disway, Grapheast, Logicom and Mindware. Alfalak will be supporting the full range of Adobe products to ensure availability for business users and retail outlets.
ETC to take foot on Moroccan market
Morocco : after opening an export department dedicated to Northern African market, French major broadliner ETC has unveiled on its 2010 Symposium plans to open before year's end a subsidiary in Morocco. The decision has been taken following the recent merge of Matel and PC-Market into Disway, which gives the region its first local heavyweight. Precise details have not yet been made public, but ITdistri will follow this and publish everything, as soon as available. ETC is the first major international broadliner to take foot in North Africa, showing the potential of this region. No doubt other will follow, Morocco being the most interesting market, because of its stability and size, compared to Algeria and Tunisia.