Italian debutant at Gitex 2004
Italian company, Atlantis Land is at Gitex for the first time this year, as it looks to break into the Middle East market.
Italian company, Atlantis Land is at Gitex for the first time this year, as it looks to break into the Middle East market. The company already has a presence in a number of European countries and in Taiwan and Hong Kong in the Asia/Pacific region, and now it has set its sights on the Middle East market.
“The Middle East is the next area we want to target, as it is a growing IT market,” explains Massimo Palmi, marketing manager for Atlantis Land. To pursue this goal, the company is thus at Gitex 2004 looking for local distributors for its wide range of networking and peripheral products.
The company’s product lines include a rechargeable wireless mouse, which draws its power from USB connection with the PC. Atlantis Land also makes the I-Fly wireless range of antennas, which can support up to 108 mbps. It also touts a router that can support 54 mbps ADSL with up to 16 simultaneous VPN tunnels. The unit also has an integrated firewall, and quality of service features, which allows IT administration staff to allocate bandwidth for each user on an individual basis.