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  • Cisco Systems

    Cisco System’s mobility solutions were on display at GITEX 2003, including a fully mobile office. The company wants to help companies break free and allow employees to work from wherever they want – at home, at an airport, on on the move, as Cisco’s General Manager ME, Ghazi Atallah, explains.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Tuesday, October 21 - 2003 @ 10:36
  • GITEX: Apple Middle East

    Arab Business Machine says Arabisation of Apple Macintosh software is now progressing well, with new products expected soon after the launch of Apple’s latest update to its Unix based operating system, codenamed Jaguar. Apple is also enjoying attention for its G5 chips – currently the world’s most powerful processor.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Monday, October 20 - 2003 @ 17:53
  • GITEX: Sony Broadcast

    The Middle East broadcast market is undergoing exponential growth, according to Sony Broadcast. Sony is bringing out several new products, including a professional optical disk, which is expected to cause a significant change of attitude.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Monday, October 20 - 2003 @ 16:19
  • GITEX: HP Middle East

    HP is using GITEX to promote a range of leading products, with a major focus on wireless and mobility. HP also has a worlwide initiative to take a more proactive role in companies’ IT, with its Enterprise Solutions. Director of Marketing for Enterprise Systems Group EMEA, John Saw, explains the Adaptive Enterprise Strategy.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Monday, October 20 - 2003 @ 15:11
  • GITEX: Emirates Internet & Multimedia

    Etisalat’s internet division, EIM, is demonstrating new wireless hotspots at GITEX. They’re seen as way to provide broadband to parts of the UAE that existing networks don’t reach. EIM believes content, especially Arabic content, is they key to driving broadband useage both in the UAE and regionally.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Monday, October 20 - 2003 @ 13:43
  • GITEX: Intel Middle East

    Intel has teamed up with a collection of local partners to promote its Centrino-based mobility strategy and Itanium processors at GITEX 2003. Intel says Centrino is penetrating the regional market well, with further growth anticipated.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Monday, October 20 - 2003 @ 12:40
  • GITEX: Palm Inc

    Palm is expanding its powerful Tungsten range of business handhelds with the T3 and TE models. The Tungsten T3 is Palm’s first device to support a high-resolution colour screen that can be viewed in landscape or widescreen mode, as well as the traditional portrait mode. The company also anticipates more phone-PDAs after its purchase of Handspring.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Monday, October 20 - 2003 @ 11:26
  • GITEX: Sony Entertainment

    Sony Entertainment hopes to attract more than 50,000 gaming enthusiasts and visitors to the Middle East PlayStation Experience at GITEX Computer Shopper 2003. The mega-gaming expo features exclusive previews of 40 unreleased games, as well as Sony’s latest cutting edge interactive gadget, the Eye Toy.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Sunday, October 19 - 2003 @ 11:00
  • Nissan Ready to Rally

    Nissan’s debut entry for the UAE Desert Challenge has been unveiled in Dubai. The specially modified red-and-white pick up has already achieved great results at the 2003 Morocco Rally.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Saturday, October 18 - 2003 @ 11:56
  • Interview: Tim Scott, Cisco GCC

    Cisco’s Break Free campaign aims to help businesses increase productivity by enabling employees to access corporate networks away from their desks. This gives workers more flexibility in where and how they do their jobs, while keeping them better connected to customers, partners and business tools.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Thursday, October 16 - 2003 @ 13:16

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