The Latest News and Information from SYNNEX

SYNNEX Advances to #158 on the Fortune 500 List of Largest Companies

SYNNEX recently announced that its Fortune 500 ranking advanced 11 positions to #158. The Fortune 500 list ranks the largest US companies based on their prior year’s annual revenue. SYNNEX reported $20 billion in revenue for its 2018 fiscal year, a 17.6 percent year-over-year increase. SYNNEX operates two business segments: Technology Solutions and Concentrix. Technology Solutions brings the


Nine SYNNEX Executives Named to CRN’s Women of the Channel List

CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named nine SYNNEX executives to its prestigious 2019 Women of the Channel list. The leaders on this annual list are from all areas of the IT channel ecosystem, representing technology suppliers, distributors, solution providers, and other IT organizations. Each is recognized for her contributions to channel advocacy,


SYNNEX to Bring Workplace by Facebook to the IT Channel

SYNNEX has signed the first U.S. distribution agreement to bring Workplace by Facebook to the IT channel. Workplace combines next-generation technology and easy-to-use features to make business better by creating connect companies where people are closer, teamwork is faster, and culture is stronger. Currently in use by more than two million paying customers, Workplace uses familiar Facebook


SYNNEX Corporation Rebrands Cloud/Mobility Business Unit as Stellr™

SYNNEX today announced the rebranding of its CLOUDSolv marketplace and community with the unveiling of Stellr. The new brand is built on SYNNEX’ ability to seamlessly implement emerging technologies to solve real business problems in an era of disruptive digital transformation. Stellr eliminates barriers between hardware and connectivity to develop comprehensive solutions that address the convergence of cloud,


Drive Education Sales with UC and Collaboration

Unified communications (UC) and collaborative technologies are transforming the way students learn in classrooms around the country, providing an immersive learning environment. According to new research, the market for this technology will grow from its current $32 billion to over $60 billion by 2025. From interactive displays to the software and sharing technologies driving the


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