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By | John Oates 9th February 2005 12:12

Elite signs four UK disties

Motherboards for all...

Motherboard maker Elitegroup Computing Systems (ECS) has signed up four new distributors in the UK. Bluepoint, Jiles Electronics, Nexis Technology and Quantum Microponents Ltd will sell ECS's Extreme range of motherboards.

ECS is introducing a partner programme which will include in-house product training, co-op marketing funds, support for events and a preferred rate structure. The Taiwanese firm was started in 1987 and shipped 24m boards in 2002. It describes itself as the "king of motherboards".

In kinda related news, UK components distie Target last week added three graphics card makers to its SKUs: Sparkle, Powercolor and Lifeview. ®

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