LifeSize, a division of Logitech, today announced the appointment
of Ingram Micro as its National Technology Distributor for India.
Ingram Micro will distribute LifeSize’s high definition (HD)
video collaboration products and solutions through its distribution
network across the region. The partnership will help LifeSize
significantly expand its presence in India.
“LifeSize has been witnessing a rapid growth in the adoption
of its high definition video collaboration solutions across markets
in India,” said Deepak Braganza, country manager for LifeSize
India and South Asia. “As one of the world’s largest
wholesale technology distributors and a global leader in IT
supply-chain, Ingram Micro will help us leverage its extensive
reach and strong capabilities to strengthen our presence in
With this partnership, Ingram Micro will create sales and
profitability opportunities for LifeSize through its unique
“We are delighted to be associated with LifeSize as a
National Technology Distributor for India,” said Jaishankar
Krishnan, managing director for Ingram Micro India Limited.
“This partnership with LifeSize will help us to grow our
product portfolio and tap the growing market for video
collaboration solutions in the region.”
LifeSize is bringing in strong leadership in extending open,
interoperable video collaboration solutions to anyone, anywhere on
nearly any device through its standalone video software clients for
PCs, Macs and mobile devices, client/server enterprise video
software solutions and service provider offerings.
LifeSize is a leading high-definition video collaboration
company. Designed to make video conferencing truly universal,
LifeSize offers video conferencing systems and software
applications as well as a full line of video infrastructure,
available on premise or in the cloud, for universal video
collaboration. With LifeSize, customers can participate in large
multi-party HD calls, live streaming and recording, collaboration
on any mobile device, on any network. LifeSize was founded in 2003
and acquired by Logitech in 2009.
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