D-Link welcomes C2000 back into distribution fold

D-Link and Computer 2000 are getting reaccquainted after a two-year break in their relationship, signing a new distribution agreement that will see the full range of D-Link's products, including its IP surveillance and storage lines, sold through C2000's specialist PC Components division. D-Link bus

reunited and it feels so good.jpgD-Link and Computer 2000 are getting reaccquainted after a two-year break in their relationship, signing a new distribution agreement that will see the full range of D-Link's products, including its IP surveillance and storage lines, sold through C2000's specialist PC Components division.

D-Link business solutions manager Andrew Mulholland said the two firms had worked well with each other in the past.

"Now is the ideal time for us to re-engage; the addition of C2000 is further evidence of D-Link's ongoing commitment to the channel and builds on the recent launch of our Value in Partnership+ programme," said Mulholland.

D-Link is hoping to leverage the renewed relationship to add new routes into both business and consumer markets.

Added C2000 Pc Components director John Osborne: "D-Link's end-to-end networking portfolio will be a very attractive proposition for a number of our customers as they look for new revenue opportunities."

The new signing brings D-Link's total number of UK disties to six. It already works with Computerlinks, EntaTech, Gem, Ingram Micro and Micro-P.


 

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