Arrow ECS to showcase its expertise in comprehensive security solutions at GITEX
Portfolio now includes Ixia solutions after a recent extension of deal between the companies
Arrow will showcase a range of next-generation hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI), servers, flash storage, software-defined infrastructure, and advanced security solutions from leading technology vendors at the upcoming edition of the GITEX Technology Week.
Vimal Kocher, managing director, Arrow ECS Middle East said: "The cybersecurity landscape is a constantly changing environment, and enterprises are under tremendous pressure to deploy multilayer and comprehensive security strategy to keep up with today`s constantly evolving IT security landscape.
"Our goal is to enable solution partners to understand, execute and deploy comprehensive security solutions across a spectrum of delivery platforms, from data and endpoint security, threat prevention, and security analytics, to automated security and monitoring solutions."
In recent developments, Ixia, a provider of network testing, visibility, and security solutions, has expanded its existing relationship with Arrow Electronics, enabling the latter to distribute the full portfolio of Ixia solutions in EMEA in addition to North and Latin America.
Kochar added: "We see GITEX Technology Week as a great platform to align with partners, technology vendors and show organisations how to adopt daily security practices to prevent, detect, and respond to potential security challenges."
Arrow is a Fortune 150 company with 18,700 employees worldwide, and serves as a supply channel partner for more than 125,000 OEMs, contract manufacturers, and commercial customers through a global network of more than 465 locations serving over 90 countries.
The company offers a breadth of support including state-of-the-art distribution services ranging from engineering and integration support to warehousing and logistics. Its product portfolio includes Dell EMC, RSA, Check Point, McAfee, Forcepoint, Trend Micro, Ixia, and Symantec Message labs.