Acer gathers together hardware range as it prepares for major market offensive

Taiwanese hardware player, Acer is looking to empower visitors with its client-centric go to market strategy. The vendor’s stand in hall three will be stacked with a collection of servers, notebooks and desktop devices for enterprise and small to medium business users.

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By  Mohammed Affan Published  September 12, 2002

Taiwanese hardware player, Acer is looking to empower visitors with its client-centric go to market strategy. The vendor’s stand in hall three will be stacked with a collection of servers, notebooks and desktop devices for enterprise and small to medium business users.

“Acer has a wide variety of technology to offer the business and home computing user. Gitex 2002 is our opportunity to demonstrate to them how these technologies can truly empower them,” says Emanuele Accolla, managing director, Acer Middle East & Africa.

The vendor’s hardware display will include a collection of general purpose servers, rack optimised machines and storage servers. The hardware vendor will also include a range of complementary solutions from clustering and rack environments to storage and third party applications.

Acer’s notebook range will also have a prominent position on the stand. The vendor is boasting a wireless local area network (WLAN), Bluetooth support and additional security to set its products apart from others on display.

Acer is also debuting its TravelMate 100 Tablet PC. The product apparently “revolutionises the conventional way of using a mobile PC with the direct pen-input feature. Moreover, the embedded wireless and convertible panel make the TravelMate 100 a genuine mobile PC,” claims Krishna Murthy, general manager, Acer Computer Middle East.

The vendor intends to showcase its range of both business and consumer machines. “Acer is always a few steps ahead of its competitors, when it comes to bringing global innovation to users in the Middle East region. Visitors to our Gitex 2002 stand will see very clearly the immediate benefits of using Acer technology, whether a server, desktop or a notebook,” adds Murthy.

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