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[December 17, 2012]

D&H Distributing's Growth Categories See 20+% Increases In 2012

HARRISBURG, Pa., Dec. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Leading North American computer products, consumer electronics and SMB distributor D&H Distributing has achieved sales growth in 2012 of 20%+ year-over-year in categories including tablets, desktops, All-in-One computers, software/licensing, VoIP solution, and server products. The distributor plans to increase reseller education in 2013 via live, traveling and streamed trainings, many based on the new Microsoft Windows 8 and Server 2012 lines.


"We're optimistic about 2013," said Dan Schwab, co-president at D&H Distributing. "In a new year, the trepidation that is typically associated with an election year can be set aside, and companies can forge forward with their growth strategies. Through it all, D&H looks forward to supporting its resellers." D&H has already witnessed the initial influence of Windows 8, as it ushers-in a host of Windows 8-based devices including Ultrabooks, notebooks, All-in-One PCs, tablets and hybrid units from vendors such as Acer, ASUS, HP, Lenovo, Samsung and Toshiba. D&H Distributing estimates that Windows 8 will drive more compelling mobile solutions to market. Leading-edge products such as touch-enabled notebooks, Ultrabooks, and "touch mice" are emerging examples of how this new GUI is already influencing functionality.

D&H is offering three Windows 8/Server 2012 regional "Boot Camp" sessions that will allow groups of customers in different locales to get an in-person look at the new OS, to help their customers make a smooth transition. This year will also feature new training formats in the company's state-of-the-art Solutions Lab. Scheduled Q1 offerings include a Windows 8 and Office 2013 event, plus a Server 2012 webcast, both sponsored by Microsoft and Intel.

D&H's 20%+ Growth Categories for 2012 (YOY): Tablets Computer desktop/All-in-Ones Networking products Software and licensing Telecommunications/VoIP Bags and cases Power protection Servers Headphones About D&H DistributingAs the nation's leading technology distributor, D&H provides a wealth of resources to empower solution providers and consultants, delivering a broad selection of SMB categories, products and applications. The company's offerings span server and infrastructure, SOHO and mobile applications, consumer electronics and gaming. D&H's multi-market expertise, account-dedicated sales teams, sterling service and flexible financing options are unmatched in the industry. The company ships out of five separate locations in North America, including Harrisburg, PA; Mississauga, Ontario; Atlanta, GA; Chicago, IL; and Fresno, CA. (800) 340-1001, www.dandh.com.

Contact: Suzanne Mattaboni For D&H Distributing (610) 261-4560 suzgm@aol.com SOURCE D&H Distributing

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