Chinese provider of telecommunications and consumer technology solutions ZTE Corporation has announced it has entered into distribution deals with the three new partners in Germany, Bulgaria and Austria.
The new partners are a German ICT distributor and developer Allnet, a Bulgaria-based private company that supplies computer peripheral and communication equipment, Lancom Systems and Austrian distributor and specialist in WLAN, cabling, fibre and active components, Triotronik.
ZTE has, additionally, revealed its global channel strategy along with the expectations to grow its partners base to 1,000 in 2015 from the current number of over 500 overseas channel vendors, it says. So far, it has managed to sign some of the largest distribution partners across the globe that include Ingram Micro, FDC International, SYNNEX METRODATA INDONESIA, Micro-P and Itanica, among the others.
On top of that, the company says it has established strategic partnerships with world-leading enterprises and is working at the moment with over 300 independent software vendors (ISVs).
“ZTE’s core cooperation philosophy is to ensure mutual benefits for both customers and partners. In the government and enterprise market, ZTE will pursue long-term, stable and in-depth cooperation with industry leaders, and provide leading solutions and services beyond customers’ expectations along with cooperative partners. In terms of channel product development, ZTE will still focus on our competitive digital communications, video conferencing, cloud desktop, computing and storage, unified communication and cooperation, and cluster communication products. We will continue to strengthen communication with channel cooperation partners and provide competitive products and solutions” says ZTE’s Senior Vice President, Pang Shenqing.