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DIC talks up ‘plug and play’ infrastructure

Dubai Internet city’s pavilion is set to be a hive of activity this week, with Microsoft, HP and Yahoo! Maktoob all exhibiting in conjunction with the ICT cluster.

DIC talks up ‘plug and play’ infrastructure
DIC has been in business for a decade.

Dubai Internet city’s pavilion is set to be a hive of activity this week, with Microsoft, HP and Yahoo! Maktoob all exhibiting in conjunction with the ICT cluster.

DIC is the strategic partner for the event, and this year’s participation has extra meaning for the organisations as it celebrates 10 years of existence and its ongoing expansion.

“Our participation will reflect our status as a critical technology cluster that has remained a key enabler in the transformation of the Middle East’s ICT sector over the last decade,” says Malek Al Malek, Managing Director for Dubai Internet City and Dubai Outsource Zone. “The objective is to continue nurturing our business partners and provide a growth platform for all segments across the industry value chain. We believe our presence in this year’s edition will adequately illustrate our contribution to the region’s industry,” he adds.

For new businesses seeking to expand their foothold in the region, Dubai Internet City, along with Dubai Outsource Zone, will showcase its ‘plug and play’ free zone infrastructure.

The pavilion will showcase key developments during the business cluster’s decade-long growth. Additionally, visitors will experience some of the latest technologies at the ‘Interactive Zone’ and get an opportunity to participate in business presentations and seminars at the dedicated enclosure.

DIC has welcomed 105 new companies to date in 2010. The cluster continues to launch initiatives that look to explore fresh growth avenues, identify existing business opportunities and support industry events that nurture budding regional entrepreneurs.

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