Comcast Business today announced that SYNNEX Corporation (NYSE: SNX), a leading distributor of IT products and services that serves thousands of value added resellers (VARs) across the country, has joined the Comcast Business Solutions Provider Program as the first distributor to serve as a master agent. Comcast Business’s full line of Ethernet, Internet, voice, cloud and TV solutions are a key platform of SYNNEX’ mobility, communications and networking services distribution practice, MOBILITYSolv , that complement the numerous cloud application services SYNNEX VARs are already offering to their customers to provide an ideal pathway to the cloud.
“We are very excited about the relationship with Comcast Business, a key platform of fixed line service offerings in our MOBILITY Solv strategy,” said Kevin Murai, president and chief executive officer, SYNNEX Corporation. “Comcast’s large national footprint of connectivity solutions along with their hosted voice and video solutions provide a natural complement to the needs of SYNNEX customers. By offering these services, our VARs can now provide a singular source to the end user – a true differentiator which allows them to grow their recurring revenues at an accelerated pace.”
MOBILITY Solv allows SYNNEX to create “solution bundles” that combine network connectivity services from Comcast Business with other SYNNEX offerings, such as local area network (LAN) switches and routers, servers, security products, storage equipment and mobility products. This includes Comcast’s full line of Ethernet, Internet, voice, cloud and TV services. The resulting solution bundles will enable SYNNEX VARs to build end-to-end mobility and cloud communications solutions for their customers, from small-to-medium businesses to the enterprise.
SYNNEX is also equipped with sales and support tools, as well as dedicated sales and support staff to assist their VARs in the sales and quoting process. The company is available to work with VARs located throughout the Comcast footprint, which covers 39 states and the District of Columbia, and includes 20 of the top 25 metropolitan markets in the US.