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Altech adds PQI range to its portfolio

Altech adds PQI range to its portfolio

To distribute PQI’s Storage, Air, Power, Audio, and Mobility product lines

Australian IT distributor, Altech Computers, has signed storage and memory products manufacturer, Power Quotient International (PQI) Group, as its newest vendor.

PQI was established in 1997, and incorporated into Foxlink Group in 2010 as its business unit. PQI initially produces DRAM modules, and now has a product range which includes Wi-Fi products, solid state drives (SSDs), flash memory cards, USB, hard disk drives (HDDs), industrial storage products, and Apple accessories.

The agreement will see Altech distribute PQI’s entire product portfolio, categorised into the PQI Storage, Air, Power, Audio, and Mobility product lines.

Altech will act as PQI’s sole distributor in Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ), but will join us others in selling the brand in Vietnam.

PQI global operations chief executive officer (CEO), Alan Chang, said he has high expectations from the partnership, but is confident in launching his company’s products alongside Altech.

The catalogue of PQI products Altech has available can be found on the distributor's web site.

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