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TD SYNNEX Extends Reach of Red Hat Solutions Among ISV Partners in Europe

Anthony Greenhalgh, VP Datacentre Europe for TD SYNNEX
Anthony Greenhalgh, VP Datacentre Europe for TD SYNNEX

Broadliner TD SYNNEX has unveiled an expanded collaboration with Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of enterprise open source solutions. The collaboration focuses on extending the reach of Red Hat’s solutions among independent software vendors (ISVs) in Europe.

TD SYNNEX will enable ISVs to fast track their Red Hat offerings with a standardized process for program access and consistent, streamlined execution across the region. TD SYNNEX partners can accelerate their ability to invest in business growth through the extensive finance and credit solutions offered by the company.

Anthony Greenhalgh, VP Datacentre Europe for TD SYNNEX, said: “Red Hat is a leader in its field and this extended collaboration brings a great opportunity for our partners to increase the pace of technology change in their markets, building cloud native applications on robust and innovative open source solutions. We look forward to leveraging our team’s deep expertise to extend the reach of Red Hat open source solutions across our extensive partner ecosystem.

Kevin Bland, director EMEA partner ecosystem for Red Hat, said: "this extended collaboration with TD SYNNEX enables the distribution channel to take a more proactive role in the development of Red Hat’s EMEA partner ecosystem to build a unified go-to-market approach targeted at adding value to our current and future customers. ISVs have always been an important part of our ecosystem to deliver business value to customers with cloud-native, open source solutions. Working with TD SYNNEX, we hope to make it easier and faster for ISVs to scale their businesses with platforms such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat OpenShift as well as our extensive application services offerings."

TD SYNNEX will help recruit, onboard and support partners for Red Hat’s ISV program in Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.


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