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By | Drew Cullen 22nd September 2005 13:11

Ingram Micro Europe signs Good

Also Commtech, Dream'eo, ZyXEL

Distie round-up Ingram Micro is to distribute Good Technology push email software for handhelds across Europe. It kicks off next month with a reselller bundle combining the HP iPAQ hw 6515 PDA with Goodlink. The two companies already work together in the US.


Commtech, the Irish security products distie, is dipping its toe in to the UK, by opening an office in Scotland. This week, the company added Cyberguard to its line card.


Dream'eo, a French-Chinese maker of Windows-based mobile entertainment devices, has appointed Germany's Eurobizz to set up a European sales channel. Stock is shipped out of the Netherlands.


ZyXEL has signed up Azlan to distribute its security hardware and data networking equipment in the UK. The vendor set up a UK channel in November last year and says it has recruited 800 resellers. They are members of Zypartner, a tiered accreditation programme replete with financial and marketing sweeteners. ®

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