Netgear’s green solutions

Netgear, a California-based provider of networking and storage products, announced the launch of its latest line of green IT networking products at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK.

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Netgear’s green solutions Saleh Nassar says that Netgear is focusing on further developing its strong base in the Middle East region.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 20, 2010

Netgear, a California-based provider of networking and storage products, announced the launch of its latest line of green IT networking products at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK.

The company is busy showcasing its latest line of environmentally friendly offerings under its five product categories, which also include wireless controllers, NAS Storages, L3 Switches and Security Product, Green Power lines, Green Prosafe Plus Switches, Green Storage and the Green Router and Gateway during the show.

Speaking about the latest range of green products, Ahmad Zeidan, Channel Sales Manager, Netgear Middle East, says: “These new line of green products complement our commitment towards developing more environmentally friendly networking and storage products,” he says.

“Our thrust towards environmental protection and preservation has prompted us to also adopt more eco-friendly measures in our operations. like reducing the use of hazardous materials to protect the health and safety of our employees, customers, and the environment.”

The company also hopes to increase its current number of partners and distributors by attending GITEX and to promote the benefits of using its eco-friendly products to key regional customers and prospects.

At GITEX, Saleh Nassar, Product Marketing Manager, Netgear, says that the company is focusing on “growing its foundation” in the industry.

“Our foundation has always been the commercial business scene, and we are growing our medium enterprise market,” Nassar says.

“We are positioning our product portfolio more up into the medium enterprise space. The focus there is really just to tackle the market with a bit more of a focus on what we feel the market actually needs in terms of smarter IT versus big IT,” he adds.

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