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ATI, PowerColor and Russian distributors sign 4-party agreement

Events like CeBIT 2004 are primarily organized as a place for conducting business meetings, signing important distributor agreements, etc. Sometimes a single meeting at such event might radically change the company focus.

Alexander Vorobiev, iXBT.com representative, exclusively photographed a very important moment of CeBIT 2004. First, C.P. Tech, the well-known maker of graphics and system boards, barebones and Tablet PCs, and the owner of PowerColor brand, changed its name to TUL.

Second, a number of Russian companies, namely Atlantic Computers, OLDI, Dealine, 3Logic, and Niagara, signed an exclusive distributor agreement with ATI and PowerColor.

According to it, PowerColor graphics cards will be exclusively shipped to the aforementioned partners based on the stable pricing policy.

And now take a look at the photos made at the meeting that gathered ATI´s senior management team and HIS top management.

Waiting for the agreement to be signed (left to right): Olesya Velichko (Atlantic Computers; Chief of Distributor Department), Maksim Neishpapa (Atlantic Computers; CEO), Alexander Zhavoronkov (ATI; Manager for Central and Eastern Europe), Alexander Bashlykov (3Logic; CEO).


TUL (ex. C.P. Technology) booth


Alexander Prilutsky, (OLDI; General Manager), Oleg Izumrudov (Atlantic Computers), Ted Chen (TUL; CEO), Elaine Liao (TUL, Director of Sales), Vsevolod Sokolov (OLDI; Product Manager).


Signing the agreement


Signing the agreement


Celebrating the agreement


Ted Chen (TUL; CEO), Rick Hegberg (ATI; Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales), Alexander Zhavoronkov (ATI; Manager for Central and Eastern Europe).


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