Technology Reseller v72 07 DISTRIBUTOR NEWS Hive exclusive for Midwich Midwich and PSCo are to offer Hive’s full product range in the UK and Ireland, including the Beehive, Beebox and Beeblade, after signing a distribution deal with the media server manufacturer. Designed from the ground up on a Linux operating system, Hive products provide a flexible and scalable media control ecosystem to power complex and creative visuals in immersive exhibitions, galleries and museums, live shows, theme parks and high impact advertising. Customers include the BBC Earth Experience, Frameless London, Luna Park Theme Park, Bees at World Museum, London 2012 Olympics, Tokyo Olympics, Dubai World Expo, Eric Prydz’s HOLO, Coldplay World Tours and the National Museum of Qatar. Mark Calvert, Managing Director of Hive, said: “We are very happy to join the Midwich Group for exclusive distribution of our entire product range within the UK and Northern Ireland. Midwich’s sales, marketing and first line support reach enables Hive to remain focused on our core development and growth strategies.” • and advanced graphics. Chris Marriott, Senior Director, Enterprise Platforms at NVIDIA, said: “Today’s digital landscape requires advanced computing capabilities to power mobile and desktop users’ everyday workflows. With the addition of NVIDIA RTX GPUs to its portfolio, TD SYNNEX now offers complete enterprise solutions for customers, from desktop to data centre.” ··· New additions to Exertis OpenText offering Exertis Cybersecurity has extended its partnership with OpenText Cybersecurity to provide a broader range of enterprise-class cybersecurity solutions to customers across the UK and Europe. New additions include NetIQ, offering an identity-centric approach to authentication, access, privilege and governance; Voltage, which protects high-value data by deidentifying it and making it useless for attackers while maintaining its usability for processes, applications and services; Fortify, for secure software development and scalable security testing; ArcSight SIEM, a leading in-memory correlation engine for real time threat detection and response; and ArcSight Intelligence, an advanced Insider Threat detection service that uses unsupervised machine learning to detect behavioural anomalies. Dominic Ryles, Director of Sales & Commercial at Exertis Cybersecurity, said: “I’m thrilled to be expanding our distribution agreement to deliver a new generation of tools that include cybersecurity, digital operations management, application modernisations, and AI to our channel partners.” ··· Pexip solutions now available from TD SYNNEX Maverick TD SYNNEX Maverick, the specialist audio visual division of TD SYNNEX, has signed a distribution agreement with Pexip, a leading provider of secure, enterprise grade video and collaboration solutions that improve meeting room experiences and drive higher ROI for customers. With more organisations now making use of multiple video conferencing platforms, the ability to seamlessly and rapidly switch between solutions and to take control of meeting room equipment is crucial to delivering the best user experiences. Pexip’s solutions enable partners to offer these capabilities to customers. Mark Glasspool, Business Development Director at TD SYNNEX Maverick, UK and Ireland, said: “We are committed to providing cutting-edge solutions for our partners and Pexip is a significant addition to our portfolio – one that enables partners to deliver truly seamless and effective communication experiences to their customers. As well as solving a dilemma for users looking to create a full native experience on a variety of host video conferencing platforms, Pexip can help organisations looking to migrate from onprem to cloud by bridging the gap between legacy systems and modern collaboration solutions.” ··· Storware extends UK reach with Titan Data Solutions Storware, a provider of advanced backup and data protection solutions, is expanding its reach in the UK through a partnership with Titan Data Solutions, a specialist distributor of data storage, security and management technologies. Established in Warsaw, Poland in 2013, Storware secures virtual machines, containers and cloud environment data, including Microsoft 365, applications and storage providers. Storware CEO Jan Sobieszczanski said: “We are delighted to partner with Titan Data Solutions to enhance our reach and deliver greater value to customers seeking robust data protection for modern workloads. Together, we are well-positioned to meet the evolving needs of businesses for reliable, scalable and easy-to-deploy data backup and disaster recovery solutions.” Stefan Ferrari, Head of Technical Services at Titan Data Solutions, added: “We’re committed to bringing the most advanced technologies to our growing partner base. Storware’s cutting-edge backup solution offers unique functionality that will create new opportunities for our customers. Storware’s product integrates with many of Titan’s vendors, allowing us to enhance storage and management solutions with disruptive backup that ensures data availability and business continuity. We look forward to working with Storware and our partners to create value, drive opportunities and deliver mutual success.” Dominic Ryles Exertis Cybersecurity Mark Glasspool TD SYNNEX photo: Hive Frameless ©Antonio Pagano