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Hitachi Data Systems moves MENA HQ to DSO

Storage company to move Middle East and North Africa Headquarters to Dubai Silicon Oasis

Hitachi Data Systems has announced that it will relocate its Middle East and North Africa (MENA) headquarters to Dubai Silicon Oasis.

The storage solutions company, which opened its first Middle East office in Dubai Internet City in 2004, said that DSO offered a “value-added proposition” for its business.

Tony Ward, general manager and sales director for Hitachi Data Systems MENAT commented: “Our decision to move our regional headquarters to Dubai Silicon Oasis is part of our long term strategy to strengthen operations in the region. DSO is an ideal choice for us as it offers an innovative business infrastructure and a value-added proposition. Our business is expanding and we’re growing our team as well as our network of partners.”

Hitachi will move its offices into the main DSO Headquarters building from this month.

Shahla Ahmed Abdul Razak, deputy chief executive officer of DSOA said: “Hitachi Data Systems joins some of the prestigious international brands already present at Dubai Silicon Oasis. As a pioneer in the international storage business, Hitachi Data Systems will benefit from this strategic collaboration, which also will help us realize our long term plans and objectives. At the same time, our mutual commitment to innovation and development will help to bring significant benefits to the technology sector in the region” Shahla added.

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