Computer 2000 (C2000) has acrimoniously split from anti-virus vendor Trend Micro, claiming it had become "too difficult" to work with.
Tony Stirrup, Workstation 2000 general manager at C2000, said the "difficulty of dealing with the UK organisation" had led to the break-up.
Paul Dinsmore, UK director of Trend Micro confirmed the split but insisted it was a mutual and amicable decision. "C2000 has one strategy and we have another." Dinsmore declined to comment on the specific reasons for the split, but said Trend will continue to work through the channel with remaining distributors Azlan, E92 Plus and Peapod.
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