Sun Microsystems today announced extended support capability in the Kingdom of Bahrain through a new alliance with Computer World. The agreement allows Computer World to resell and integrate Sun’s server and open storage offerings, as well as promote solutions around virtualization in Bahrain.
“The alliance between Sun Microsystems and Computer World will bring Sun’s leading IT solutions to our customers in Bahrain. Computer World will focus on building solutions around Sun’s reliable and scalable products, enabling us to expand our outreach in the country” said Bruno Haubertin, Partner Sales Organization Manager, Sun Microsystems MENA
Computer World is a leading software and hardware infrastructure provider, delivering solutions spanning technology infrastructure, storage management, enterprise content & resource planning, information system and web security to the organizations in Bahrain for almost 30 years.
“Sun chose to partner with Computer World for its strong presence in the Bahrain marketplace as well as its competency, professional delivery and implementation, and service record,” continued Haubertin, Sun. “Computer World provides solutions to key government institutions as well as Banking, Financial Services and Insurance sectors, which can avail from Sun’s advanced, open architecture to provide flexibility, scalability, robust management for risk management systems, and enhanced performance.”
Sun’s comprehensive set of virtualization service offerings can help customers in Bahrain deploy new services faster, maximize the utilization of system resources, and easily monitor and manage virtualized environments.
“Our partnership with Sun has enhanced our service portfolio. We are confident in the adoption of virtualization and believe that Sun’s cutting edge technology is a perfect offering with our solutions. This will help us achieve our goal of providing our customers with a competitive edge, higher return of investments and scalable solution for the future,” said Cherian Abraham, Vice President, Computer World W.L.L.
Computer World to integrate Sun?s virtualisation, server, and open storage offerings