Iomega: Middle East major market
Storage vendor Iomega has confirmed that the Middle East is one of the important markets in its global portfolio.
Storage vendor Iomega has confirmed that the Middle East is one of the important markets in its global portfolio. The firm was acquired by storage pioneer EMC two years ago and since then has become one of the most well-known players in the regional market, particularly in the consumer space.
Products that Iomega will be exhibiting at the show include its new line-up of network hard drives and Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices which come built-in with a number of features and benefits with a range of exciting features and benefits. These extend to systems for allowing users to move pictures, video and other digital files from computers to home entertainment centres.
“The Middle East is a strategic growth market for Iomega. Our product lines include the broadest offering of direct-attached external hard drives in the industry and we believe that our products are ideal for the digital storage management needs of consumers and small enterprises in the region,” says Jan Jensen, Vice President Sales EMEA, Iomega Corporation and the Consumer and Small Business Products Division, EMC Corporation.
The firm will be displaying a number of key product lines at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK, including network hard drives and network attached storage devices (NAS) and productrs that are attuned to both consumer and enterprise needs.
Cizar Nazeeh Abughazaleh, Regional Sales Manager for the Middle East, Africa and Turkey for Iomega says: “Among the products on show at the Iomega stand this year will be 3.5-inch desktops drives ranging from 500 gigabytes to 4 terabytes and the award-winning eGo Portable Hard Drive, a rugged 2.5-inch portable hard drive available in multiple colours and a range of computer interfaces.
“We will also be demonstrating the popular ScreenPlay Multimedia Drive family, which comprises different types of devices that allow users to move their digital content from the computer to the big-screen television to enjoy high definition viewing,” he continues.