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Intel Appoints Synnex As New Zealand Distributor

Published: Wed 5 Oct 2005 02:53 PM
5 October 2005
Intel Appoints Synnex As New Zealand Distributor
Intel has appointed SYNNEX New Zealand Ltd. as a national distributor for its Intel Architecture desktop and mobile microprocessor and motherboard products.
Effective immediately, the agreement is designed to offer greater choice for Intel’s New Zealand resellers and aims to capitalise on SYNNEX’s strong track record of providing specialist support for local system builders around the world.
This agreement sees Intel return to a dual-distributor model in New Zealand with SYNNEX joining existing distributor Ingram Micro.
“We are pleased to introduce SYNNEX to our New Zealand channel and to provide resellers with additional choice in where they purchase their Intel components,” said Andrew McLean, area sales manager, Intel Australia and New Zealand.
“SYNNEX has worked successfully with Intel around the world over many years and we are delighted to extend this relationship to New Zealand. SYNNEX will now be able to provide Genuine Intel® Dealers and local PC assemblers with the same premium supply chain management service Australian businesses currently receive. As a significant driving force in the PC industry, Intel is a major cornerstone in SYNNEX’s product portfolio,” said Frank Sheu, managing director SYNNEX Australia and New Zealand.
SYNNEX is a global IT supply chain services company offering a range of services to original equipment manufacturers, software publishers and reseller customers. SYNNEX offers product distribution, related logistics services, demand generation marketing and contract assembly and works with suppliers of IT systems, peripherals, system components, software and networking equipment.
About Intel
Intel, the world’s largest chip maker, is also a leading manufacturer of computer, networking and communications products. Additional information about Intel is available at www.intel.com/pressroom.
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