Thursday, April 26th 2012

ZOTAC Signs Distribution Deal with Entatech UK

ZOTAC International, a global innovator of graphics cards, motherboards and mini-PCs, today announces a new distribution partnership with Entatech UK Ltd. The partnership will see Entatech distribute ZOTAC's exciting product range to their customer base of over 3500 resellers and VARs throughout the UK.

John Woodward, ZOTAC Regional Manager, Northern Europe said "The appointment of Enta signals an extremely important strategic move for ZOTAC UK in achieving our objectives. Enta have a wealth of experience and the partnership is significant to building our brand and driving future UK business."
Channel Manager, Iain Gillogaley, commented on the new partnership "Our partnership with ZOTAC is extremely exciting for us. They are a number one NVIDIA brand and are market leaders for quality and specifications. Their products are perfectly suited to our business and our partnership with ZOTAC will increase choice for our customers, bringing high quality products to them for a reasonable price."

ZOTAC products are now available from Entatech's ecommerce website which has full information about each of their seven product divisions, a meet the team facility, express shopping, special offers, bundles and comprehensive account management facilities. Those who are not yet a customer of Entatech can find out more about the distributor at
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5 Comments on ZOTAC Signs Distribution Deal with Entatech UK

Good news for UK people, can't wait to see more Zotac stuff available here :toast:
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Even better for my area as they are based in my town :D
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Love their innovative products, please bring them for worldwide distribution!
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bear jesus
I often see a few zotac products in the UK but the selection is often rather limited or consists of old models/products, i hope this may mean better distribution of more and newer products in the UK.

I have been tempted by a couple of their products in the past but had to pass on them due to lack of availability from UK stores.
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