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First debut for L300 range

Desktop virtualisation specialist NComputing is using GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK as an opportunity to showcase its latest L300 Ethernet attached device, which is making its appearance in the region at the show this year.

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Desktop virtualisation specialist NComputing is using GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK as an opportunity to showcase its latest L300 Ethernet attached device, which is making its appearance in the region at the show this year.

Paul Gullett, Vice President for Europe, Middle East and Africa says the firm has been very successful in the region in its past four appearances and believes that quality has significantly improved over time: “We’re now bringing the L-Series to the market because we see a significant opportunity with Middle Eastern enterprise organisations. We’ve been here for four years. Two years ago we saw a significant footfall in terms of people coming into the show.

NComputing claims to have a strong presence in the education and government sector, and also in manufacturing, retail and finance. Gullet says that at the show, the firm has met with a number of potential new partners with the aim of increasing its distribution channel. It also has plans to double its growth.

“Our major plans remain continued growth. Our strategy is to double our growth year-on-year and we’re looking to achieve that in this region. What we’re actually offering people is better utilisation of their resources and better agility with what their resources are,” he explains.

“I think when you take that message, there’s an element of having to do some upgrades, some work in terms of moving their organisations forward in terms of investments and this is a perfect opportunity to start taking those advantages that things like centralisation actually bring to the company,” continues Gullett.

“Generally, people are lot sharper in terms of the way that they approach large projects. I don’t think people are out there doing big projects in a big bang way. They do a proof of concept, they move to a phased rollout; it’s done in a very different fashion now,” he believes.