Tech Data (Nasdaq: TECD) today announced an expanded channel partnership with Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, to deliver next-generation enterprise networking solutions to the Brazilian market. Already available through Tech Data in the U.S. and select countries in Europe and Asia Pacific, Tech Data will now offer Aruba`s wide array of network access options in Brazil.
"Our solution-based, value-added distribution approach enhances Aruba`s portfolio, particularly in the finance, education, healthcare, hospitality and retail segments," said Carla Carvalho, managing director, at Tech Data in Brazil. "For these verticals, Aruba has specific solutions with data security, policy control and mobility management features for workgroups and others."
Under this agreement, Tech Data will sell and support Aruba`s entire portfolio of network access solutions including controller-based WLAN, cloud-managed Wi-Fi, security and location services in Brazil. Tech Data will also offer its Aruba channel partner affiliates a broad set of sales and technical support opportunities for business generation, financial services and training resources.
"This expanded relationship with Tech Data is strategic to our growth in the Brazilian market," said Arlindo Silva, distribution business manager at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, Brazil. "It gives us access to a select partner community across the country while also providing additional expertise to sell integrated solutions with greater value for customers focusing in IoT, Security and Mobility markets."
Tech Data partners in Latin America benefit from a world-class, end-to-end portfolio that helps their clients in the implementation of IT solutions that serve the increasing need for mobility, access to cloud-based applications, and projects within the internet of things (IoT) spacea market that is expected to move around $8 billion in business in Brazil this year, according to IDC1."
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