Gallic flair shines through

A raft of French IT providers will be showcasing their wares this week, as they look to raise awareness of their technology among Middle East business partners and customers.

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Gallic flair shines through
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 17, 2010

A raft of French IT providers will be showcasing their wares this week, as they look to raise awareness of their technology among Middle East business partners and customers.

The companies’ sectors of interest mainly include network and software solutions, PC hardware, computer accessories and consumables.

One such company keen to extend a hand to prospective Middle East partners is CityPassenger, which boasts an extensive range of VPN, mobile-IT networks solutions. The company’s ‘ONE’ VPN solution stands at the convergence of mobile networks, combining 3G, Wi-Max and Wi-Fi access within a single housing.

The company, which is part of the French Pavilion, claims the solution is easy to install and supplements its mobile-IT networks range. ONE is deployed in addition to one of CityPassenger’s appliances at remote websites, making inter-site communication secure, and simplifying global network management for IT managers to provide them with powerful, efficient network services.

Other French IT firms displaying their wares this week include printing specialist Securion, VoIP expert M2Msoft and business software provider Amalto.  MOBILIS, a specialist in the physical protection, transport system and ergonomic use of IT equipment such as notebooks, tablet PCs, will also be unveiling high-protection solutions for mobile IT equipment during the course of this week.

The French Pavilion is organised by Ubifrance, the French agency for international business development. It is bringing over 22 companies from France this year.

According to the European Information Technology Observatory (EITO), sales of ICT products and services in France will grow around 0.6% this year, putting the value of the market at a gigantic US$155 billion.

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