OCZ Technology Signs Distribution Agreement for Germany

OCZ Technology Distribution AgreementThe leading provider of high-performance solid-state drives and memory modules for computers, OCZ Technology, has signed an agreement with Ingram Micro Distribution GmbH in order to increase the availability of their Solid-State Drives, Memory, and Power Supplies for business and enterprise clients in Germany.

Ingram Micro is a Fortune 100 company, and is one of the largest technology distributors with over thirty years of experience, who are providing sales and marketing for the IT industry around the world. They have global offices serving over one-hundred and fifty countries, and will provide the opportunity which is for OCZ Technology to supply new channels in the German Market.

CEO of the OCZ Technology Group, Ryan Petersen, said that OCZ is very pleased to partner with Ingram Micro in Germany and make their complete range of solid state solutions more accessible. He also said that Ingram Micro’s commitment to provide innovative products and exceptional service to Value Added Resselers in the region makes them an ideal partner for the distribution of their leading edge SSDs.

Senior Manager Business Unit Components at Ingram Micro Distribution GmbH, Marc Florian Gerken, said that with OCZ, they extend their broad base of Memory and SSD vendors to meet the growing demand for high performance memory products. He also said that they expect a lot of growth in the next month, especially in the performing SSD segment.

Ingram Micro Distribution GmbH will be distributiong the complete line of solutions of OCZ focused on the solid-state drives.

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