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By | Distie roundup 21st June 2005 11:52

Medea gains UK solus for HP optical media

Also, new franchises for Azlan and Target

Medea International, the Dundee-based IT products wholesaler, has secured exclusive UK rights to distribute HP’s new line of optical storage media.

Customers can burn their own designs on to the HP-branded DVD and CDD optical media, thanks to Lightscribe, a special coating used on the upper surface of the discs. Of course you need a Lightscribe-enabled DVD burner, courtesy of HP again, to burn a design onto the discs.

You can find out more about HP’s LightScribe CD-R and DVD-R here.

Medea.


Target is the first official UK distributor for Joue Jye cases and power supplies. The SKUs include active and passive power supply units ranging from 300-550W with standard 20+4 pin connectors, and a selection of ATX midi towers and slimline cases.

Target


Azlan is introducing four new vendors to its voice / data convergence products line-up. They are Quescom, which makes IP gateways; KIRK Telecom (wireless IP telephony products; Sennheiser (headsets); and IP blue (enterprise-class IP softphones.

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