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​Synnex lands new AU distie deal with computer peripherals vendor

18 Oct 16

Synnex has inked a new distribution deal with global connectivity vendor ALOGIC.

The move will see Synnex distribute ALOGIC’s entire range in Australia.

ALOGIC specialises in computer cabling, USB peripherals and device-specific tailored solutions.

According to Vincent Carpenter, business unit manager for Synnex Australia, says the partnership will give the Australian channel access to additional high quality peripheral connectivity.

“In turn, channel partners can provide end customers with more reliable, superior quality connectivity solutions to last for the lifetime of their computers,” Carpenter says.

“ALOGIC’s strong technical support, resources, and lifetime warranties, combined with Synnex’s distribution strength, will deliver greater peace of mind for partners and end users."

ALOGIC’s product portfolio includes an end-to-end ALOGIC Computer Cabling and Adapters Solution, USB peripherals, VROVA Docking Stations and Adapters, Portable Chargers, Extenders, Storage and Mobility Accessories.

The deal will also give Synnex access to ALOGIC’s education-focused SmartBox range of Storage and Charging products for notebook and tablets. 

ALOGIC channel manager Ritesh Kumar says, “Our collaboration with a strong distributor like Synnex will provide Synnex resellers access to a much wider range of latest connectivity products that they need to enable reliable solutions for their customers.

"In addition to the exceptional technical support and resources we offer, most of ALOGIC's Cabling Solution is backed by a lifetime warranty providing resellers complete peace of mind,” he says.

“The need to have high quality peripheral connectivity has never been greater than what it is today,” Carpenter adds.

“With this partnership, Synnex is now providing more superior and reliable products to last for the life of your computer, and beyond.”

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