Ingram has signed a distribution deal with NAS vendor Synology to help it grow its UK footprint.
The deal will see Ingram supply Synology’s complete range of NAS solutions to its reseller base.
This extends from small home consumer solutions to large-scale rackmounts, scalable up to 100TB.
Mike Farrah, commercial director of Ingram Micro, said: “With the increase in storage consumption and the requirement for large volumes of data to be available quickly and easily, Synology delivers a suite of products that address this need head-on.
“From home and small office to large-scale business, Synology has a consistent offering that represents a new sales opportunity to our reseller partners, from retail through to corporate, but especially in the mid-market.”
Mike Chen, managing director of Synology UK, claimed: “Ingram Micro rises above others with quality service and channel strength. Leveraging their expertise in storage solutions with wide market reach, we are ready to fulfil the fast-growing demands of storage in the UK.”
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