Optimus launches new low-cost solutions
Dubai, October 3, 2012
Optimus Technology and Telecommunications has launched its low-cost data management solution bundles for the SMB and mid-market enterprise segment and distributed IT environments of larger companies.
Optimus collaborated with its vendor partners Acer, Netgear, Quest Software and Bitdefender to offer customers a one-of-its kind solution at the best price in the market today, a statement from the company said. The promotion will run till December 31.
“We are pleased to partner with some of the best global brands to create a powerful low-cost data management solution bundle for the SMB segment and larger companies with distributed IT environments. Our new bundled solution is ideal for SMBs at a price they can afford and will help them to manage their businesses more effectively.”
“By working closely with Acer, Netgear, Quest Software and Bitdefender, we are able to offer our customers and resellers an outstanding package deal, which is a one-of-its kind in this region. Customers implementing this bundle can expect to have no additional investment for the bundle for three years. We are also offering our partners a chance to earn rebates on buying more bundles, either together or at the end of the promotion,” said Meera Kaul, managing director of Optimus Technology & Telecommunications.
The new solution comes in two options, one with an Acer Tower Server AT110F2 and the second with a Acer Rack Server AR320F2 with a three-year warranty, and includes Windows 2008 Server R2, Foundation Edition, 64Bit, English-ROK Kit; Quest NetVault Backup Server Starter Edition including three year maintenance and upgrade; Bitdefender Small Business Security Solution with a three-year subscription and Netgear ReadyNAS Pro4 4TB Storage Solution with a five-year warranty.
It is easy to deploy and requires minimal hardware upgrades, the statement said. Optimus can also provide customers switches, racks, cabinets, UPS and cabling solutions at competitive rates to complement the bundles and professional services support to implement the low-cost solution. – TradeArabia News Service
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