StorIT to showcase data management tools at GITEX
VAD will highlight importance of both storage, protection
StorIT Distribution, the data management specialist VAD, will be showcasing a wide array of cutting-edge enterprise data management, data storage and data protection solutions at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK 2015. The company will also promote its wide portfolio of professional services and enterprise technology training offerings, with senior executives and technology experts from the company demonstrating the latest technologies and meeting with customers and partners at the region’s premier ICT exhibition.
“We also plan to demonstrate our strength as the leading technology solutions provider in the data management, storage and data protection space and promote our wide portfolio of professional services and training programs, which are designed to help partners stay ahead of competition in the fast evolving technology landscape,” said Manju Mathew, marketing manager, StorIT Distribution.
“Some of our key vendor-partners will also be showcasing their most recent technologies and presenting on the latest trends in converged storage and business continuity and disaster recovery at our stand.”
At GITEX, StorIT will promote its turnkey solutions portfolio, including data storage, information management and high performance computing solutions from partners such as EMC, Huawei, Quantum, QLogic, Emulex, Mellanox, Unitrends, SAS, ATTO, Supermicro, Moonwalk, and Aptare.
The company will showcase its extensive range of solutions for converged infrastructure, cloud computing, virtualisation, business continuity & disaster recovery, high performance computing, flash storage, archiving, data analytics and data centre solutions.
StorIT will also be promoting its value added services such as business need assessment, architecture and proof of design to optimise solutions to customer requirements. Apart from holding product demonstrations for customers, StorIT’s vendors will focus on the latest innovations in the IT space through its presentations.