Ingram Micro picks up Anomalous contract

Ingram Micro has added another networking firm to its expanding comms portfolio in the shape of cloud networking software developer Anomalous Networks. The Canadian start-up, which has been going since 2009, offers a cloud-based network management and monitoringsolution called Intelicost. The packag

Ingram Micro has added another networking firm to its expanding comms portfolio in the shape of cloud networking software developer Anomalous Networks.

The Canadian start-up, which has been going since 2009, offers a cloud-based network management and monitoring solution called Intelicost.

The package is designed to control and reduce costs associated with smartphones and other devices that utilise mobile broadband connections. Anomalous claims it can reduce telecoms budgets by between 20% and 60%.

Ingram Micro has lately added a number of vendors to its newly-established EMEA telecoms division, which is run by Pierre-Yvon Mechali, with a particular focus on companies developing add-ons for BlackBerry devices.

"[This gives] resellers strong opportunities to generate more business through an innovative and relevant addition," said Mechali.

"This is a natural complement to our line which enhances our mobile offering and reinforces our overall value proposition as we develop a full telecommunications ecosystem for the evolution of 3G and 4G technologies," he added.

 

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