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StorIT gets intelligent

Middle East data storage specialist StorIT is planning an event in Qatar to educate value-added resellers, systems integrators and IT professionals on the benefits of intelligent storage solutions.

Middle East data storage specialist StorIT is planning an event in Qatar to educate value-added resellers, systems integrators and IT professionals on the benefits of intelligent data storage solutions. The event will feature presentations from numerous vendor partners of StorIT including EMC, QLogic and ADIC.

The event will be held at the Ramada Hotel in Doha, Qatar on June 7th. Faisal Qureshi, senior marketing executive at StorIT, explained the thinking behind the value-added distributor’s latest event: “It will be a perfect forum for resellers and customers to interact with the vendors. The speakers will highlight the benefits of a range of storage innovations, which enable firms to structure their storage system according to their individual needs and requirements.”

“With the volume of data storage across the Middle East multiplying every year, intelligent storage solutions is now a vital necessity across the region,” Qureshi added.

‘The growth of the Qatar IT industry has been phenomenal and StorIT, along with its partners, is aiming to play an important part in developing this infrastructure. StorIT intends to expand its excellent reseller channel network for both the enterprise and small and medium sized business markets across the Middle East and subcontinent,” Qureshi concluded.

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