Naizak targets the enterprise space
Naizak is staking its claim in the Middle East's enterprise solutions market.
Naizak, a company specialising in modular storage products, Unix servers, e-learning and vertical software, intends to highlight its global partnerships at Gitex 2004. Attention will be on key alliances with Fujitsu Siemens Computers, Hitachi Data Systems and ShipNet, a Norwegian company specialising in ERP solutions for the shipping industry.
“Naizak is catering to the 365x24x7 enterprise market, backed by the commitment of some of the world’s most respected manufacturers,” says Karim Saba, vice president, sales, Naizak. “We are geared to provide computing platforms for reliable and robust round the clock operations, with a strategic focus on oil & gas, utility, petrochemical, finance and telecommunications industries.
The partnership between Naizak and Fujitsu Siemens Computers, which makes the company a strategic partner for enterprise products, was announced last year. Focus at the show will be on Fujitsu-Siemens’ PRIMEPOWER servers, scalable machines designed for a variety of applications.
Hitachi Data Systems provides networked storage solutions that help companies manage existing data and offers enough flexibility to allow future expansion. Together, Naizak’s solutions are robust enough to support SAP and Oracle implementations.
“Organisations need flexible storage systems that can scale up to support new growth, so the Hitachi Data Systems modular Thunder 9500 V Series storage system will create a lot of interest,” says Saba.
“In addition, the day today management of data storage is a central issue for businesses. HDS’ HiCommand software suite is designed to give storage administrators centralised control of storage.”
On the verticals side, Naizak will showcase ShipNet’s specialist applications for the shipping industry. ShipNet has reportedly landed up one of the region’s largest ERP contracts, with an unnamed client.