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Synnex to celebrate birthday in style
Synnex New Zealand will celebrate its seventh birthday this week, with a party which will literally ‘bring down the walls’.
Finding synergies - Richard Harri interview
From travelling through 30 countries in a year to his role as an avid Rotarian, you can’t accuse Richard Harri of living life on autopilot. Heather Wright lifts the Synnex country manager’s mask.
From travelling through 30 countries in a year to his role as an avid Rotarian, you can’t accuse Richard Harri of living life on autopilot.
Chinese dragon wide awake
New and planned offerings from Lenovo are providing channel partners with new opportunities and easier conversations with customers, as David Heyworth tells
Synnex NZ 2011 profits up 831%
Things are looking rosey for the local operation of the technology distributor.
Rebirth for Maclean Computing
Maclean Computing will be reborn as Maclean Technology, with the assets of the family-owned IT company being re-purchased by former chief executive Chris Maclean.
Liquidators list Maclean creditors
Plenty of industry names owed money by failed IT company.
Synnex signed as second Laser distributor
Challenger brand in IT & consumer electronics accessories expands its channel in NZ.
Synnex balloon ride winners
More Lenovo promos promised as distributor names reseller competition winners.
Lenovo Lamborghini winners
Synnex names the five lucky resellers who will get to take three laps around Hampton Downs.
Last day to enter Synnex Lamborghini comp
Resellers keen to experience a car enthusiast's dream have just a few hours to purchase some Lenovo products and get in the draw!
Synnex boosts Lenovo team with three new faces
Distributor Synnex have made three new appointments, two to push the Lenovo PC brand it picked up last month and one to provide additional support.
Lenovo adds second distributor
Lenovo has added a second distributor in New Zealand, announcing it will be represented by Synnex as well as current partners Ingram Micro.
Toshiba denies new distributor talks
Despite a number of accounts, Toshiba insists it's business as usual with its NZ distribution business.
Wi-Drive launched in NZ
Wireless memory tool for iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch on sale next week.
Ex-Ingram Micro manager to front Laser NZ
Tyler Smith has been named as Laser's new country manager for New Zealand.
Update: First 'Honeycomb' wi-fi tablet dated
Motorola's Xoom wi-fi tablet gets a late March release in the US. But there's no word at all on when we might see it in New Zealand.
Kingston introduces USB 3.0 Flash drives
New sticks said to feature ten times the data transfer rates of the current USB 2.0 standard.
Synnex offers free freight to South Island
Four weeks of free shipping to customers in the South Island begins today.
Clickfree launches “simple” backup solutions
Backup doesn't have to be a "complex and fearful ordeal" with simple new solutions.
Synnex scoops HTC deal
HTC smartphones to receive wider New Zealand availability and support.
Synnex reports first profit in New Zealand
New Zealand subsidiary turns its first profit since being established in 2005.
Just Laptops wins Synnex giveaway
$4000 in travel vouchers claimed by Auckland-based reseller.
Synnex bolsters NZ team
Three new appointments have been made at the New Zealand subsidiary of Synnex Technology International.