Dell manages and scales IT infrastructure
Global Enterprise Solutions boss to attend GITEX
Dell will unveil its latest array of end-to-end solutions at GITEX Technology Week 2013, demonstrating how its technology can help Middle East businesses manage and scale their IT operations, including examples in the oil and gas, education and finance industries. Dell believes technology priorities can be categorised into four key pillars: Transform; Connect; Inform; and Protect, and will demonstrate on the stand how these pillars can be used to solve technology challenges.
Underscoring the importance of the Middle East to Dell, Marius Haas, Dell’s President, Enterprise Solutions, will travel from the US to attend GITEX this year. Haas is responsible for the worldwide engineering, design, development and marketing of Dell enterprise products, giving him a global overview of server, networking and storage trends. Dell will also be unveiling a new Solutions Centre in Dubai later this year, a technical lab and datacenter equipped to address the business objectives and IT challenges of customers in the Middle East.
“Many of our Middle East customers and partners from the region travel to GITEX , and this is an opportunity for us to reach out to them and demonstrate Dell’s end-to-end integrated solutions,” says Dave Brooke, Dell’s Middle East General Manager. “Dell has the technology and capabilities to help them solve their IT challenges, and Gitex is a good venue to showcase this.”
New launches in 2013 that will be displayed for channel partners and end-users at the exhibition include PowerEdge VRTX and Active Infrastructure 1:1. PowerEdge VRTX is the first converged IT solution designed specifically for remote and small office environments, with enterprise-class capabilities in a desk-side, space-saving design.
Active Infrastructure 1.1 is a solution that helps organisations accelerate the delivery of business applications and IT services, improve data center efficiency, and strengthen IT service quality.