GIGABYTE Technology has signed a partnership with Ingram Micro to target the regional HPC market. Under the new agreement, Ingram Micro and GIGABYTE will work hand in hand on server systems and workstations that are benchmarked against strict criteria and purposed for a wide range of end-use cases and across all industry verticals. Ingram Micro will be building solutions with its integration team and providing local customer services for technical support and RMA requests, in order to meet high expectations by the region’s customers for optimal delivery lead time and critical service SLA.
Dr. Ali Baghdadi, SVP and Chief Executive Ingram Micro META Region; and EMEA Cyber Security, said, “We are delighted to announce the distribution agreement with GIGABYTE. The need for High Performing Computing has never been greater, especially in times when speed is paramount. We are confident that the alliance with GIGABYTE will help Ingram Micro partners build flexible, workload-optimized data center solutions, provide businesses with different options to scale up and out, achieving the goals they envisioned and thrive in the modern data world.”
Thomas Yen, Sales Director of GIGABYTE Technology NCBU EMEA, said, “We are seeing strong market dynamics in the region’s HPC/AI market segments at a tremendous growth pace. Time to market is critical for success, and shortening that time for new technologies is GIGABYTE’s specialty. We believe that Ingram Micro’s solid knowledge in end-use cases and applications will help GIGABYTE in the region for providing customers with the best experience in choosing the right solutions. The technical expert team at Ingram Micro knows well how to leverage GIGABYTE’s USPs: system configuration flexibility, dense compute density and great price-performance balance. With its large network of VARs and system builders, Ingram Micro is well-positioned to become the region’s lighthouse for GIGABYTE’s diverse HPC offering and brand positioning strategy. And GIGABYTE will provide product and price support to Ingram Micro the best way it can.”