"Tianjin Tianhai Buys Ingram Micro" Posts

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 15 August 2016

Updates involving Aclara Technologies, Bitglass, Cloud Security Alliance, NetApp, ON Partners, Taos, ZeroStack, hyperconvergence, Dell, HPE, Cisco & more.

Cloud Computing Support

Ingram Micro Cloud Surprises: Ensim Meets Odin?

Even as Ingram itself gets acquired for $6 billion, the distributor is still buying cloud platforms. Behind this week’s Ensim deal & 2015’s Odin buyout.

Ingram, NETXUSA Reframe Unified Communications Market

Say hello to unified communications with anyone, anytime, anywhere on any device. That’s where Ingram Micro and NETXUSA are heading with partners.

Writing Memo Open Letter 2

Ingram Micro Sale: Executive VP Paul Bay’s Message to Partners

Amid a $6 billion buyout, Ingram Micro insists it’s business as usual for the distributor, partners & compliance-centric customers like the US government.

Ingram Micro Buyout: Everything You Need to Know

ChannelE2E’s complete coverage of the Ingram Micro buyout. Details about Ingram’s new owner from China, what drove the $6 billion acquisition, and more.

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Ingram Micro Buyout: Letter to Partners About Company Sale

Ingram Micro is sending the following letter to partners, explaining the $6 billion company sale to Tianjin Tianhai, and assuring a continued partner focus.

Ingram Micro Acquired: CEO Memo to Employees

When Ingram Micro was acquired by Tianjin Tianhai for $6 billion today, Ingram CEO Alain MoniƩ sent the following email to all employees.

Ingram Micro Acquired: Buyout Deal FAQ

Detailed FAQ from Ingram Micro explains the distributor’s $6 billion sale to Tianjin Tianhai. Here’s the complete FAQ.

Writing Memo Open Letter 2

Why Ingram Micro Was Acquired: Morgan Stanley’s Advice, View

Morgan Stanley, which advised Ingram Micro on the distributor’s $6 billion sale to Tianjin Tianhai, writes memo describing deal upside for Ingram.

Technology Mergers and Acquisitions

Ingram Micro Acquired By Tianjin Tianhai for $6 Billion

Tianjin Tianhai acquired Ingram Micro for $6 billion. The distributor will become a subsidiary of HNA Group, a Chinese conglomerate, Ingram & Tianjin said.