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Stories by Nadia Cameron

  • Tech Pac gets game with Ubisoft

    Tech Pacific has announced a new distribution deal with software gaming vendor, Ubisoft, as it continues to pursue the digital home and entertainment market. The deal is the third struck by the distributor with a games publisher this year.

  • Krieke heads converging business

    In a bid to meet the growing trend towards digital convergence, Samsung has shifted Norman Krieke into the newly created role of sales director across its IT and consumer electronics (CE) divisions.

  • IN THE HOT SEAT: Building to converge

    Intel Australia’s Andrew McLean prides himself on his empathy for the IT channel. Alongside seven years inside Intel’s channel programs and partners business, McLean has chalked up six years in IT distribution, and a stint in IBM’s mainframe division. As A/NZ sales manager for reseller channel organisation (RCO), McLean is now focused on building the vendor’s motherboards, server and mobility partnerships. McLean sat down with Nadia Cameron to chat about the company’s plans for fostering the local system builder industry.

  • Data #3 partners with IBM on storage

    Looking to increase the size and scope of its storage services business, IT services group Data #3 has launched Australia’s first IBM TotalStorage Solution Centre (TSSC).

  • Nexon launches Private IP program

    Broadband and security services vendor, Nexon, is calling for service providers and systems integrators for its latest Private IP network offering, promising commissions of up to $5000 per month.

  • Avnet looks to grow its HP channel

    Increasing demand from end-users for one-stop infrastructure solutions as well as growth in outsourcing contracts is opening up long-term opportunities for resellers who provide more than just products, industry representatives claim.

  • iBurst adds channel partners and looks national

    Wholesale wireless broadband provider, Personal Broadband Australia (PBA), has announced two new channel partners for its iBurst service and plans to extend its network across 500 square kilometres of Sydney by August.