Redington Value partners with Pivot3
MEA: Redington Value Distribution, the VAD arm of broadliner Redington, has partnered with Pivot3, an hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) vendor, to bring smarter infrastructure solutions to enterprise customers across the region. Redington Value, along with its vast network of partners and its offices in Angola, Bahrain, Egypt, Ghana, Iraq, Kenya, Kuwait, Libya, Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and the United Arab Emirates, offers products and solutions in the Enterprise Data Centre domain across technologies ranging from Compute, Storage, Network, Software, Security, Virtualisation, High Availability, Business Continuity and Cloud along with a host of offerings across the Voice and Unified Communications space.
"While the HCI market has been growing exponentially for years, this innovative technology is only just beginning to penetrate the Enterprise Data Centre. With Pivot3's dynamic offerings to customers in industries such as hospitality, surveillance, healthcare, transportation, entertainment, education, insurance and retail, we believe Redington Value and its partners now have a unique solution which can address the need of these industries while providing customers complete control over their deployments, helping them move from legacy data centre storage environments to software-defined storage", says Rajesh Mathrani, GM Sales ME – Redington Value Distribution.
Together with Pivot3, Redington Value distribution will empower its channel partners to address the requirements of mid-market and enterprise customers offering a practical and proven path to the software-defined data centre of the future with the simplicity and economics of an easy-to-manage HCI platform. With Pivot3's unique solutions for VDI, DR, Server Virtualisation and Data Centre Consolidation, Redington Value broadens its set of comprehensive solutions for every business vertical and technology need while continuing to provide agile, best-in-class IT solutions across segments.
"This is a great opportunity for both our organisations to expand our footprint in the MEA markets", said Anand Chakravarthi, Area Vice President, Pivot3, Dubai. "Pivot3's platform is fundamentally different than other hyperconverged solutions because it provides maximum resource utilization, delivers the performance needed for continuous business operations, and offers flexible deployment options. With Redington Value's large partner network, we’re able to bring our unique technology offerings to broader markets across the region. As a channel-driven organization, Pivot3 recognises Redington Value’s partner network as a key element in our joint growth strategy. With their help, we'll be able to expand our enterprise customer references and continue to scale our sales initiatives."
This partnership between Redington Value and Pivot3 is an opportunity for channel partners to address the enterprise data centre space and will help many to penetrate deeper into their accounts while developing closer relationships with their customers and improving loyalty and customer satisfaction for organizations of all sizes.
Itochu may buy Redington for €400m
India: Japanese trading conglomerate Itochu Corporation is discussing an acquisition of broadliner Redington for as much as €400 million. Singapore-based NRI family Kewalram Chanrai, Standard Chartered Private Equity and Taiwanese IT distributor Synnex together own over 55% stake in the Chennai-based Redington, which is run by an independent management team under R Srinivasan. The three could offload shares to Itochu at a premium to the prevailing market price, if talks fructify. Itochu, with a history dating back to 1858, is Japan's third largest trading giant after Mitsubishi Corporation and Mitsui & Co. It has used acquisitions to bulk up trading presence in IT and communication products. Redington would provide Itochu a big boost in India and Middle East markets, Redington owning subsidiaries in Angola, Bahrain, Egypt, Ghana, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kuwait, Libya, Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Tanzania, Turkey, Uganda and the United Arab Emirates (source : The Times of India).
VMware appoints Redington Value as VAD
MENA: broadliner Redington, through its VAD BU Redington Value, has signed a distribution partnership with VMware to cover the Middle East and North Africa region through its offices in Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudia Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The partnership caters for the entire VMware product portfolio. The objective of the partnership is to accelerate the adoption of VMware’s solutions among all local customer segments, with a priority focus on technology relating to the Software-Defined Data Center, the hybrid cloud and end-user computing.
Dyrektor sprzedaży :
Pan Ilias Azzaoui
Rok utworzenia : 2009