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  • GITEX: IBM Blades Server

    IBM’s new Blades servers offer an ultra dense solution to customers wanting an alternative to rack based servers. IBM claims the technology provides ease of use and improved manageability, and says market response so far has been excellent.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Monday, October 27 - 2003 @ 11:32
  • GITEX: Acer Pleasure Centre

    Acer’s Aspire Pleasure Centre creates an entire digital hub for computing, home cinema, internet, television and gaming, which it describes as the first example of true convergence. Acer believes the most advanced markets in the Middle East, including the UAE and Saudi Arabia, now fully compare with Europe.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Monday, October 27 - 2003 @ 10:31
  • GITEX: Veritas EMEA

    Disaster recovery software Veritas is moving into utility computing, to allow companies to make better use of the resources they have, and plan for average useage rather than peak useage. Veritas says some companies in the region are taking back up solutions seriously, but others are still opting for low-budget DR solutions that may not meet their requirements should disaster strike.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Sunday, October 26 - 2003 @ 15:31
  • GITEX: Computer Associates

    Computer Associates Middle East & North Africa highlighted its bundled solutions at GITEX 2003, part of its iForce collaboration with SUN Microsystems. CA is targeting sectors ranging from government and eduation to banking and finance, and predicts good regional growth for 2003.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Sunday, October 26 - 2003 @ 14:11
  • GITEX: SUN Microsystems

    SUN Miscrosystems’ aggressive regional strategy will see it challenge several IT incumbents, including Microsoft and Dell, as SUN moves both into software and services. SUN forecasts 15%-20% growth in the Middle East for 2004, and even more if markets in Iran, Iraq and Libya open up.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Sunday, October 26 - 2003 @ 11:24
  • GITEX: Microsoft Office 2003

    Microsoft debuted its Office System 2003 at GITEX, with the simultaneous release of Arabic and English versions. Microsoft’s Vice President for the EMEA region, Emre Berkin, says the company is also working hard to address security concerns with its Windows operating system. Berkin says increased competition in the market is pushing Microsoft to come up with better products.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Sunday, October 26 - 2003 @ 10:19
  • GITEX: Emerging Technologies

    UAE company Emerging Technologies has signed contracts with Al Jazeera and Etisalat for its Arabic speech recognition applications. EM-T’s email reader allows Arabic speakers of all dialects and accents to access their email via telephone voice recognition and text-to-speech software.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Saturday, October 25 - 2003 @ 13:10
  • Cisco IP Telephony

    Cisco Systems introduced its first ever colour IP telephone at GITEX 2003, with a high-resolution touch-screen. Cisco’s Senior Manager Marketing, Shaik Kaleem, says the international IP telephony market is currently worth $US4 billion, and will continue to enjoy significant growth.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Saturday, October 25 - 2003 @ 12:06
  • Cisco E-Government

    Cisco Systems is working with several governments in the North Africa and Levant region to roll out e-services. Cisco’s General Manager for the N Africa & Levant region, Yasser Elkady, explains the benefits and enhanced productivity of e-government.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Thursday, October 23 - 2003 @ 11:40
  • GITEX: Etisalat 3G

    Etisalat expects to roll out 3G mobile services around the middle of 2004. The UAE telco demonstrated several technologies at GITEX 2003, including mobile phone videoconferencing, and live television on a mobile phone.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Thursday, October 23 - 2003 @ 10:00






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