South-east channel player Norwood Adam is in discussions with a large Asian OEM to distribute its midrange servers, according to a source.
The company already sells high end servers from first-tier vendor ALR and was in abortive talks with Olivetti earlier this year to distribute its midrange products.
Last week it lost its Tadpole franchise after the Cambridge company decided to withdraw from the Intel notebook market.
But a source at another distributor claimed Norwood Adam was talking to Acer. "It needs to extend its range of server products and Acer?s products would not conflict with that," he said. "Acer is the second biggest OEM in the world and will give Norwood Adam the right kind of profile."
Tony Weaver, managing director at the distributor, said he was unable to comment on whether Norwood Adam was talking to Acer or not. Acer would not comment either at press time.
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