TD SYNNEX’s partners can take advantage of value-added services to maximise their AI opportunities with full range of NVIDIA software and accelerated computing solutions now available to order
Basingstoke, 12 February 2024 – TD SYNNEX (NYSE: SNX) announced today it is now a UK distributor for the full range of NVIDIA enterprise software and accelerated computing products. Partners can now come to TD SYNNEX for all their NVIDIA product or platform requirements – from NVIDIA AI Enterprise and NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise software licenses for developers to high-performance networking adapters to accelerated computing GPUs and superchips.
Partners can leverage TD SYNNEX’s accelerated delivery, flexible credit and finance options, as well as its technical and professional services. These additional services enable customers to maximise their overall sales potential and profitability.
Simon Bennett, managing director, Advanced Solutions UK and Ireland, TD SYNNEX, hailed the agreement as a major addition to the TD SYNNEX range. “Many organisations today depend on complex, hybrid infrastructures that encompass multiple cloud and on-premises resources. NVIDIA technologies help drive the next-level graphics, HPC and AI performance essential for these intensive workloads. We will be working closely with NVIDIA to make sure that our team is ready to provide partners with the technical and professional support and services they need to optimise NVIDIA’s high-performance solutions, from the cloud to the data centre and right out to the edge.”
Bennett noted that the extended collaboration between the two companies means that TD SYNNEX can now meet all partners’ NVIDIA needs, whether they are looking to deploy its solutions as part of their own designs or as part of other systems’ brands.
“NVIDIA technologies are used within the solutions from many leading vendors that we partner with, such as Dell, HPE and Lenovo, and now, with the extended distribution agreement, we can also provide the full NVIDIA portfolio directly to partners as well,” he said.
Picture: Simon Bennett, TD SYNNEX.