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ISIT wins Ajman Municipality storage deal

Ajman Municipality to update storage with SAN solution

Ajman Municipality is to update its storage infrastructure, through a deal with storage provider ISIT.

The deal will provide the Municipality and Planning Department of Ajman Government with a centralized SAN storage system which will handle storage for a wide array of data including Geographic Information Systems (GIS), file servers, web portal, Microsoft Exchange and services.

The new infrastructure will be based on a Netapp FAS 3020 solution, to give a unified storage environment to consolidate data, with high availability, secure storage, easy disaster recovery and scalability to hundreds of terabytes of data.

Mohammed Yousuf Al Nuaimi, Head of Operation and Network Service Section, Ajman Municipality commented: “We hope to cut our high administrative costs with the storage solutions provided and benefit from the expertise of the highly skilled and experienced ISIT professionals. In short, we consider ISIT a long-term storage partner who will grow to be a trusted advisor.”

ISIT will provide complete implementation for the project, and will also include ongoing services and support.

Mahesh Vaidya, CEO of ISIT AE said: “This project effectively presents Ajman Municipality with an investment protection solution that offers business agility and growth along with supporting its ‘green philosophy’ initiative.”

The value of the project was not disclosed.

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