Mansoft Qatar opens new EMC solution centre
Doha, April 3, 2012
Mansoft Qatar, a subsidiary of Mannai Corporation, opened its Mansoft-EMC Velocity Signature Solution Centre, at an event today.
The centre replicates a framework of technology that demonstrates EMC Proven Solutions in approved environments, based on the success of EMC’s own Global Solution Centres.
This centre, the first of its kind in Qatar, is designed to demonstrate and deliver new economic solutions by virtualising conventional data centre into cloud networks, thereby providing a total experience of the solution and the benefits to the customer, said a statement.
The centre incorporates the latest trends and represents the evolution of new data center technologies, thus providing an ideal environment for IT professionals, it said.
Mansoft Qatar focuses on the virtual computing environment, addressing major issues in the stream of server, storage, virtualization, cloud, backup/archiving and disaster recovery with an aim to reduce implementation risks, operational cost and increase productivity.
“We will enable our customers to understand and to evaluate the best data center solutions available on the market in line with their cost constraints, risk management policies and service level requirements,” Alekh Grewal, CEO, Mannai Corporation said.
Philippe Fossé, vice president of EMEA channels, EMC, said: “Supporting our partners in the delivery of world class technologies lies at the heart of EMC’s business. As businesses worldwide look to virtualisation and cloud technologies, it is more important than ever for us to work with our partners to demonstrate the power and flexibility of these services in a secure environment. The new EMC Velocity Signature Solution Centre with Mansoft is therefore an important step forward in helping businesses in the Middle East transform their IT through the cloud.” – TradeArabia News Service
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