VMware selects Redington as value added distributor for India

Telecom Lead India: VMware has selected Redington as its
National Value Added Distributor for India. Redington will distribute VMware
products through its distribution network across the country, which will help
VMware tap new markets and customers while it expands its presence in India.


Under the agreement, VMware and Redington will conduct
training and enablement programs, run go-to-market activities and educate
partners to help them successfully deliver VMware virtualization and cloud
solutions in the region.


  We are witnessing a rapid growth in the adoption
of virtualization and cloud computing solutions in India and rely on a strong
partner network to help us reach and tap new markets. This partnership will
help us leverage Redington’s extensive reach and strong capabilities to
strengthen our presence in India,” said Ganesan Arumugam, director, Partners,
VMware India.


VMware entered India in 2004. With offices in 8
cities, VMware employs over 1,500 people across India. The company recently
announced the opening of its second R&D center in India in Pune.


We are delighted to be associated with VMware as a
-Value Added Distributor (VAD)’ for India. This partnership will help us, and
our partners, grow our solution portfolio to include offerings from VMware to
tap the growing market for virtualization and cloud computing in the country,”
said Mr. Sasikanth.R, Strategic Business Unit Head, Enterprise SBU (Value Added
Distribution), Redington (India) Ltd.


Redington provides end-to-end supply chain solutions for
global brands in IT and Non-IT verticals in potential geographies of South
Asia, Middle East and Africa.


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