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By | Team Register 12th September 2008 12:55

Enta wins Intel channel badge

And then there were six

Enta has picked up official distribution rights for Intel, making it the chip vendor's sixth distie in the UK.

Sounds like over-supply? That is the distributors' problem, not the dealers and system builders, who will welcome a fresh source of credit to tap.

Besides, Enta reckons it has carved a niche for itself with smaller dealers who hang out in buying groups. This is where it is focusing its Intel push.

Enta's appointment will come as no surprise to many resellers, as the Telford-based firm has trialled Intel products for several months, before gaining coveted Intel Channel Supplier status.

Intel's other UK disties are Avnet, DNS Arrow, Computer 2000, Hammer and Ingram Micro.

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