Tandberg out to show it’s a video star

Tandberg, which is now a subsidiary of networking giant Cisco, is all set to play a major part at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK, where it has chosen to take additional stand space to showcase its end-to-end range of videoconferencing solutions, including telepresence and desktop solutions for the office and home.

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Tandberg out to show it’s a video star Aloush: Tandberg will educate visitors on its teleconferencing solutions.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  September 24, 2010

Tandberg, which is now a subsidiary of networking giant Cisco, is all set to play a major part at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK, where it has chosen to take additional stand space to showcase its end-to-end range of videoconferencing solutions, including telepresence and desktop solutions for the office and home.

Tandberg, a telepresence solutions provider, is constantly working to expand and enhance its product portfolio, according to Munzer Aloush, Regional Manager for Gulf, Central Europe, CIS and Pakistan at the company.

“With a completely new stand lay-out and bigger space, customers will see more videoconferencing product solutions, have the chance to experience the latest telepresence products, and will witness the benefits of collaboration and integration,” promises Aloush.

Tandberg’s end-to-end video conferencing solutions range from immersive telepresence T3, video conferencing units for meeting rooms of all sizes to desktop and PC solutions, addressing all types of industries and organisations.

Aloush says that the video conferencing market in the Middle East has seen significant growth over the past three years, pointing out that as organisations try to cut down the costs associated with travel and downtime - and increase their social responsibility by reducing their carbon footprint - they are turning to videoconferencing as the answer.

“Tandberg is uniquely positioned to provide them with a total solution for their videoconferencing needs that will enable them to scale in the future, when needed,” he says. “GITEX provides customers the chance to see and experience this technology firsthand.”

Aloush says Tandberg views GITEX as a major marketing event for the company, as it seeks to build its brand in the region. He is looking forward to the prospect of meeting existing and potential customers, while providing more information about the most up-to-date and emerging technology trends.

“GITEX is a great opportunity to network with partners and customers while staying in tune with latest technology developments,” explains Aloush.

Its sixth appearance at GITEX follows recent investments in new offices in Dubai and Saudi Arabia, as well as the expansion of its staff and new routes to market.

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