Arrow Electronics will showcase a range of next-generation hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI), flash storage, software-defined infrastructure, and advanced security solutions from leading technology vendors at the upcoming edition of the GITEX Technology Week.
“We continue to see the HCI approach garnering attention of IT leaders and business stakeholders as they strive to transform data centre infrastructure into a more agile, scalable, and predictable platform, while operating under budget and resource constraints to meet ever-changing business requirements,” said Vimal Kocher, Managing Director, Middle East, Arrow’s enterprise computing solutions business. “In addition to the assessment study, we will also be hosting a series of technical workshops, lunch-and-learns, and cost-and-benefit analysis sessions at the in-house lab and Proof-of-Concept Solution Centre at the Arrow Dubai office in the coming months. We aim to provide consultative advices and practical solutions to help customers and partners realise transformative benefits delivered by HCI in addressing many IT challenges.”
Among the technology solutions that will be on display at Arrow’s booth (Hall 2, G2-1) will be Dell EMC hyper-converged appliance VxRail and its industry-leading flash products. More than 30 technology specialists from Check Point, Dell EMC, F5, Forcepoint, Intel Security, Netscout, RSA, and Trend Micro will join a team of Arrow’s business solution consultants at the GITEX Technology Week to provide insights to solution providers and enterprises on emerging trends including virtualisation, software-driven infrastructures, and clouding computing, to name a few.
Arrow will also launch a study to help enterprises evaluate their current data centre capability, and assess which HCI solutions and best practices can help them transform their data centres to meet complex business needs in the digital economy.