- 22 November 2012 15:06
Synology® Adds Bluechip Infotech as New Distributor for Australia
Taipei, Taiwan—November 22nd, 2012—Synology today announced the addition of Bluechip Infotech as its new Australian distributor. The partnership is geared to expand Synology’s distribution network in Australia, strengthening its services in SMB and enterprise markets. Bluechip Infotech will carry the full suite of Synology NAS servers, and provide enterprise-level of pre- and post-sales support, repair services, and advanced RMA support for resellers and customers in Australia. “Synology recently made significant strides into the enterprise market by launching the XS+ NAS servers that target large-scale businesses,” said Andrea Passwater, sales manager of Synology Inc. “With Bluechip Infotech’s extensive experiences serving business users, the cooperation will reinforce our position as a reliable provider of storage solutions for SMBs and enterprises in Australia,” added Passwater. A specialist distributor of IT and AV products with leverage and market presence in Australia through a strong and dedicated team of qualified and trained professionals. Senior product manager Leslie Li of Bluechip Infotech said “The Synology strategic partnership will fuel our drive in capturing the fast growing Storage, Server and surveillance market in Australia. With the addition of Synology we will continue to bring the latest in technology and solution to our channel partners.
## Synology at a Glance
Synology is dedicated to taking full advantage of the latest technologies to bring businesses and home users reliable and affordable ways to centralize data storage, simplify data backup, share and sync files across different platforms, and access data on-the-go. Synology aims to deliver products with forward-thinking features and the best in class customer services.
## About Bluechip Infotech
Bluechip Infotech, established in 1997, focuses on delivering the latest IT products to a wide channel base while maintaining a dedicated commitment to first class service. With Australian offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide we are able to back our commitment to service through localised support.
Bluechip Infotech has a long and successful history dealing with the SMB / Education markets through their channel partners. Our value is that we bring the Channel and Vendors together to provide solutions through cooperation. www.bluechipit.com.au
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