D-Link has appointed Douglas Hsiao as the new global chairman of the board. He will replace John Hsuan, who will …
Avaya has signed an asset purchase agreement with Extreme Networks, under which Extreme will serve as the primary bidder to acquire Avaya’s Networking business for a transaction value of approximately $100 million.
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According to a newly released IDC study, organisations around the world are expected to triple the adoption of modern, automated networks over the next two years.
Mindware has announced the expansion of its vendor portfolio with the addition of Barracuda Networks security and data protection products in the META region – including the Gulf, Levant, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey.
Experts Computer has signed an agreement with Global Aiptek, a mobile projector vendor, to become its distributor in the UAE.
Value-added distributor (VAD) DVCOM Technology and 2N, a subsidiary of the Axis Group and leading provider of intercoms systems, elevator systems, access control, IP audio systems, M2M and telecommunications solutions, have recently held a partner event in Dubai.
F5 Networks has urged service providers to pull out all the stops to ensure the game-changing impact of 5G is optimised.
Unify has announced the appointment of Brightstar Communications (BSC) as its distributor for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).
Juniper Networks has announced a collaboration collaborated with Sony Professional Solutions Europe to deliver its switching technology to support Sony’s IP Live production solution.
Juniper Networks has announced technology alliance partnerships with a number security providers across a variety of critical areas, including endpoint security, cloud access security and network access control.
TP-Link Technologies has revealed it will host a partner event in Ras Al-Khaimah, where the company will introduce its Neffos X series smartphone range.
Zain Saudi Arabia and Huawei Tech Investment Saudi Arabia have signed a five-year managed services agreement that will enable the …
IBM has announced a blockchain initiative with Dubai Customs and Dubai Trade to advance Dubai government’s blockchain strategy.
The new solution, according to the company, will be delivered as a service and will address the needs of global enterprises with a mobile workforce and growing branch offices.