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STME increases enterprise storage portfolio with Emulex

Enterprise storage VAR, STME has signed an agreement with Emulex, making them the region's authorised reseller for the vendor's Fibre Channel host bus adapters and hubs.

Enterprise storage VAR, STME has increased its portfolio to include Fibre Channel host bus adapters and hubs from Emulex. The recently signed deal gives STME the ability to provide storage solutions with full connectivity using Emulex’s adapters.

"We are experiencing unprecedented demand for high speed, reliable storage solutions, and our agreement with Emulex complements STME’s range of best-of-breed technologies for the Middle East," commented Trevor Hutson, general manager of STME.

"Emulex offers the necessary products and resources that allow STME’s customers to deploy both enterprise and small-and-medium business-level storage area network solutions," added Hutson.

According to Emulex, STME’s partnership with other vendors such as EMC and Veritas will allow the company to gain a head start in developing regional awareness about it technology’s benefits.

“Working with STME is an important element in our strategy for addressing the Middle East enterprise storage market,” stated Alan Wallman, vice president of EMEA Operations at Emulex.

“STME has the experience, market share, trained staff, and enterprise customer base that will enable rampant deployment of Fibre Channel storage networking solutions throughout the Middle East,” he added.

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