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By | John Oates 17th June 2010 10:43

Ingram grabs Spanish distie

Say hola to Albora

Ingram Micro - the broadline distributor - has bought a Spanish distie called Albora Soluciones based in Barcelona.

Albora also has offices in Madrid and Lisbon in Portugual. Ingram said the deal improved its skills in internet infrastructure, virtualisation, security and middleware.

Alain Maquet, Ingram's Emea president, welcomed the 35 Albora staff to the team.

Albora was founded in 2001 and has worked frequently with Ingram Micro both for pre and post-sales support. The company will work as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ingram Micro.

Financial terms were not disclosed. ®

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