EET Europarts stores on Asustor
Broadliner and sparepart specialist EET Europarts has started the distribution of Asustor NAS servers through its offices in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy,the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine and the United Kingdom.
Avnet Technology Solutions bids farewell to von Kuenheim
Multispecialist Avnet Technology Solutions has unveiled the departure of Fabian von Kuenheim, CEO of Magirus, from its EMEA business. For the past six months von Kuenheim has played a key role in the initial integration of the Magirus Group following its acquisition by Avnet, Inc. on 1 October 2012. von Kuenheim will leave the company to pursue new entrepreneurial challenges but will provide advisory support to Avnet for a transitional period until September 2013.
Editions Profil appoints Feeder
Maghreb: in a bid to cover more efficiently the Maghreb market, Editions Profil, the representative of BitDefender antiviruses in France, has chosen multispecialist Feeder as its official distributor in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia.
Motorola signs Azlan
Motorola Solutions has entered into a pan-Europe, Israel and Africa (EIA) distribution agreement with network, security and infrastructure VAD TD Azlan. The agreement covers the distribution of Motorola Wireless Networking solutions products in EMEA through TD Azlan offices in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. Azlan will offer the full Motorola Solutions' portfolio of WLAN products and solutions including TEAM pocketable virtual office, AirDefense WLAN security and network management systems and Motorola's MESH networks.
Nutanix partners with Exclusive Networks Group
Next generation cluster vendor Nutanix has reached a pan-European agreement with network and security VAD Exclusive Networks to distribute its all-in-one, converged compute and storage platform across Belgium, France, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom as well as French-speaking Africa through its office in Morocco. Nutanix was chosen for its track record in bringing innovative solutions to market and for its ability to provide joint customers with a predictable and scalable infrastructure that can grow with the business, eliminating the need to over provision the datacentre. Inspired by SAN-less distributed systems employed by Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Twitter, Nutanix brings to market a new SAN-less virtualised datacentre platform converging two tiers of infrastructure down to one. The solution integrates storage and compute into one unified appliance that can scale-out from one to hundreds of nodes. This provides organisations with a simple, elastic and smart datacentre infrastructure in a box to run and grow virtualized applications effortlessly. As Nutanix looks to continue its explosive growth and sign up more partners for its converged compute and storage appliance, it has turned to Exclusive Networks Group to engage and educate resellers to address fundamental datacentre issues such as poor scalability, lack of IT agility, network bottlenecks and unsustainable capital and operational costs.