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Avnet offers up Crucial solid state drives and DRAM

08 Aug 16

Avnet Technology Solutions has been appointed as Australian distributor for Crucial’s solid state drives and DRAM products

Mohit Jain, Avnet Global Computing Components Asia Pacific vice president, says

Avnet Australia has two specific divisions: the components division and its IT wholesale division, which focuses on the top 200 IT resellers and integrators in Australia.

“This division also only manages tier one storage brands such as Crucial and therefore has a very knoledgeable team to promote the continued and future success of Crucial products in Australia.”

Crucial is a Micron Technology brand providing SSDs and DRAM for desktops, laptops, servers, workstations and other systems.

Richard Clarke, ANZ national sales manager for Micron Consumer Products division, says Avnet’s business model enables them to cater to rpaidly changing market trends, providing customers with in-depth knowledge and fast order fulfilment.

“With their head office in Sydney, Australia, Avnet is a great fit for our business strategy and the perfect partner to take Crucial SSD and DRAM products to the market,” Clarke says.

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