Intergence solutions solve access problems
IT optimisation consultancy firm Intergence will be unveiling its latest products at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK.
IT optimisation consultancy firm Intergence will be unveiling its latest products at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK, including its flagship Hyperforma offering, which is designed to provide instant, remote IT infrastructure in a secure, fault tolerant single unit with a very small footprint.
Hyperforma provides remote office users with secure access to central resources, and is built to work in outside areas such as cabins and oil rigs. The company will also be giving GITEX visitors a glimpse of the new 3D infrastructure management platform, Hyperglance, which allows IT managers to plan and troubleshoot their infrastructure from a single pane. Intergence offers off-the-shelf and proprietary products, as well services to optimise data centres and remote sites. Although its head office is in the UK, the company has operations in Dubai and draws 25% of its worldwide revenues from the Middle East.
Peter Job, CEO of Intergence Systems, reveals that the company hopes its participation at GITEX will lead to it gaining even more exposure to key markets in the region.
“Our new products and services are ideally suited to a region which is growing fast and needs better, faster and cheaper access to key IT resources,” he comments.
Job believes Intergence can help solve the IT growth issues of regional customers: “These problems are about high speed IT connectivity to central resources and the management and security of key information systems such as networks and data centres. Our new solutions, Hyperforma and Hyperglance, are highly innovative and help solve these problems.”