Huawei announced recently that it has appointed Ingram Micro as the newest authorized distributor across mobile broadband and home devices categories.
Devices that will be distributed through Ingram Micro include the entire spectrum of low- to high-end home mobile broadband routers, Huawei 7” tablet MediaPad X1, and its wearable device, Huawei Talkband B1.
According to Gary Xu, Huawei Technologies Malaysia, Country Director (Consumer Business Group), “At Huawei, we place very high importance on developing a network of trusted partners who share our view of communications technology as an enabler. Our channel networks have proven to be our core assets in strengthening our reach in each market that we operate in.”
“With our shared passion for making connectivity possible for everyone, I am confident that our partnership with Ingram Micro will be a very successful one,” he concluded.
BY Tay, Ingram Micro Malaysia, Managing Director said, “Huawei story as one of the world’s most successful communications and connectivity company is inspirational. With its wide range of devices, solutions, and services, both as a network backbone and a consumer devices and home broadband manufacturer, they are a perfect partner in our endeavor to fulfill the promise of technology to consumers and businesses through our network of supply chain services.”
Huawei said that Ingram Micro Inc, is the world’s largest technology distributor. Ingram Micro is the only global broad-based IT distributor with a significant presence in Asia Pacific and represents most of the big ticket global technology brands in the region.
Ingram Micro is a global distribution company with over 132 distribution centres worldwide. Headquartered in the US, Ingram Micro distributes and markets a large variety of electronics which it sources from manufacturers such as Acer Inc., Apple, Cisco, Hewlett-Packard (HP), IBM, Lenovo, Microsoft, Samsung and others. The company ranks 69th in the 2014 Fortune 500. Ingram Micro also has partnerships with several top operators, including Telekom Malaysia, Maxis, and Celcom in Malaysia.