Tucker, Ga. - SED International Holdings and Lenovo signed an agreement for the distributor to carry a selection of Lenovo ThinkPad laptops, ThinkCentre desktops, IdeaPad laptops, Lenovo-branded laptops and options to SED's network of U.S. reseller partners.
"We do the majority of our business through channel partners, and by adding SED International as a new distributor, we're strengthening our commitment to the channel and leveraging SED International's expertise in a market we do not serve today, especially for partners who specialize in small business computing," said Chris Frey, channel chief, Lenovo North America. "The Lenovo-SED collaboration can quickly bring them products with the performance, reliability and innovation their customers require," he said in a prepared statement.
"SED is excited about our new relationship with Lenovo," said Jonathan Elster, president/CEO, SED. "We're continually evolving and expanding our line card to better meet the needs of our partners, and this agreement provides an excellent opportunity for SED to showcase its efficient and growing distribution network. We see a lot of opportunity for growth in the [small business] space, and our new agreement with Lenovo enables SED to offer our reseller customers serving this market a richer portfolio of products designed specifically to address their clientele's unique needs."
Beginning immediately, products available through SED International include the
and SL laptops, designed for customers who want business-class performance, are style-conscious and need these features at an affordable price. Starting around $600, the laptops are equipped with choices of second-generation Intel Core processors.
offer features that will meet virtually any budget, while
feature multimedia and entertainment technologies for business or personal computing, SED said. The SED portfolio also includes the
for high-performance computing that features a small footprint, making it ideal for crowded offices, it added.