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EMC hands disties licence to assemble VSPEX

EMC is opening up integration services to disties of the VSPEX line-up and plans to have training and accreditation sorted by next month. European distie Magirus got a six week head start on other EMC wholesalers in the region, Arrow ECS and Avnet but EMC expects both of them to clamber on board too. VSPEX is a converged …
Paul Kunert, 15 Aug 2012

Juniper Network pushes button, exits two distributors

Juniper Networks has given Computerlinks and Azlan their marching orders following a review of the UK distributor line-up, leaving it with Arrow ECS, Avnet TS and Westcon. The review began in May when Juniper named Will Hamber to manage its fragmented network of 30 wholesalers across EMEA. Former HP and Edge-Core Networks …
Paul Kunert, 1 Aug 2012

Arrow aims at IT, finance bods to shoot down $20m in spending

Arrow Electronics hopes to save a further $20m in overheads as it battens down the hatches for a "period of slow growth". The global distie heavyweight saw sales decline seven per cent to $5.15bn (£3.28bn) for Q2 ended 30 June as profits sank by more than 26 per cent to $114.4m (£72.8m). The company's Enterprise Computing …
Paul Kunert, 31 Jul 2012

Arrow profits quiver as Q1 sales misfire

Arrow Electronics' Q1 profits have been derailed by restructuring charges and weaker than expected sales of components in Europe and Asia. The enterprise distie giant reported a bottom line of just $113.6m (£70.1m), down 16.6 per cent compared to the same quarter a year ago, on the back of sales of $4.9bn (£3.02bn), a drop of …
Paul Kunert, 1 May 2012
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Arrow warns on tightening component sales

Global distributor Arrow Electronics has warned Q3 forecasts will fall short of analyst expectations as it is anticipating a slowdown in components shipments. The distribution heavyweight today reported a 20 per cent hike in sales to $5.54bn, up 6 per cent sequentially for Q2 ended 2 July, but excluding the currency headwind …
Paul Kunert, 27 Jul 2011
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Oracle woos dealers with cash to stem sliding server sales

Oracle is trying to stage a partner love-in by clarifying its policy on direct selling and setting in motion plans to pay resellers rebates for the first time in its history, but partners warn the devil will be in the implementation. The US tech monster engendered channel disillusionment on the day it completed the purchase of …
Paul Kunert, 29 Jun 2011
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Tech disties get clean bill of health from ratings agency

Ratings agency Fitch has given the IT distribution market a "stable outlook", predicting modest sales growth this year as corporate IT demand ticks up. The ratings agency profiled five of the major global disties for its Distribute IT: Information Technology Distributors Industry Review and Outlook report. Overall it declared …
Joe Fay, 26 Apr 2010
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System sales might have hit bottom

The two key master distributors of servers and storage, Avnet and Arrow Electronics, reported their financial results for their most recent quarters. Both companies are hoping that the server market has finally hit bottom. Avnet Avnet closed out its fiscal 2009 year on June 27, and says that in the fourth quarter it saw a gut …

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