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Rashi Peripherals

Rashi Peripherals is an India-based distributor of information technology (IT) products. Headquartered in Mumbai, Rashi Peripherals was founded in 1989 by chartered accountants Pansari S and Choudhary K. The company's initial business model was importing and trading of computer memory.

RP Tech India, a group company of Rashi, sells locally built computers to government departments and public sector enterprises. Rashi also has a services division that offers post-sales warranty and repair services. Its distribution portfolio includes computers, computer components and peripherals, networking gear, cameras and gaming devices. According to the company’s website, it has more than 8,300 channel partners covering 650 Indian towns. Some of the brands whose products it distributes are AMD, APC, ASUS, HP, LG, Lenovo, Sony and Toshiba.

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