Smartworld to deliver 3Com networking solution
Dubai, February 25, 2010
Dubai-based ICT services provider Smartworld has been selected by 3Com, a secure networking solutions provider, to deliver the latter’s innovative portfolio of H3C enterprise networking solutions to large customers in the Middle East.
Working in collaboration with 3Com’s enterprise-focused sales teams, Smartworld will provide Middle East customers with a new level of responsiveness and enterprise networking expertise.
“Smartworld’s new status of H3C Enterprise Partner is available only to VARs and system integrators whose enterprise customers expect the best possible solutions for their business needs, delivering maximum value, best-in-class performance and the lowest possible total cost of ownership,” said Mahmoud El-Ali, 3Com regional manager, Middle East.
“We are finding that large enterprise customers in the Middle East increasingly need to deliver higher network performance and uptime, but are finding it hard to do so with legacy networking products,” said, Mustafa Kaddoura, CTO, Smartworld.
“The new H3C enterprise networking portfolio enables us to solve customer’ problems easily while giving them flexible, compatible platforms to take advantage of future technology advancements,” he added.
“We look forward to expanding business opportunities and serving our customers better by utilizing these industry-leading H3C networking solutions from 3Com.”
“The price/performance innovations of the H3C portfolio set it apart from the rest of the industry,” El-Ali continued.
“The time is ripe for a new global offering in the enterprise networking space and we look forward to partnering with Smartworld in raising the bar on the level of service and responsiveness large enterprises should expect from their networking vendor.”
“The H3C networking portfolio creates new higher-margin opportunities for our channel partners, and new revenue streams for 3Com,” El-Ali concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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