Technology, Vendor

Synology to showcase storage and data management innovations

Nick Jeng, Synology
Nick Jheng, Synology

As part of its participation at the upcoming GITEX Technology Week, Synology will be showcasing its latest product innovations and solutions across three stations, which include storage foundation and digital workplace, smart surveillance solutions, and multimedia and networking for home.

“Synology is happy to announce our participation in GITEX Technology Week 2019 once again this year. It is a perfect platform for us to showcase our best-in-class innovations in Network Attached Storage (NAS), enterprise data protection, file sharing, and file syncing solutions as well as smart surveillance solutions to a niche audience attending the region’s largest technology exhibition from across the globe,” said Nick Jheng, regional manager of Middle East, Synology.

At GITEX 2019, Synology plans to showcase its complete hybrid cloud solutions, along with its first ever dual controller Synology NAS UC3200 at its storage foundation and digital workplace station for medium and large-scale enterprises.

The company will also highlight its first ever deep video analytics NAS model DVA3219, powered by NVIDIA GTX 1050 Ti graphic card, for the first time in the Middle East at the smart surveillance solution station, and showcase its range of new, entry level Synology NAS products, that are suitable for households, power users, small office and home offices at the multimedia and networking for home station. For users who have been following Synology for quite some time, Synology will present its latest and largest upgrade to its operating system, DiskStation Manager 7.0 (DSM 7.0), that brings increased agility and scalability at mid-range price points.

“We see the beginning of large-scale technology transformation taking place in the Middle East region across small and medium businesses and enterprises. As a global networking and storage vendor, we are geared up to make our NAS solution, video archiving, data management applications, and home solutions available through our trusted channel partners, to the end customers,” said Jheng.

“With our three-pronged use case approach, leveraging NAS in the area of digital workplace, smart surveillance solutions, and multimedia for home, we believe we have covered the present mid-level market opportunity, end to end. Our solutions meet the pain points of end users in the region with attractive price points, reliability, support and solid relationships from local channel partners,” he added.

Senior executives and technology experts from the company will meet customers and partners and hold demonstrations of their latest technologies at the Synology stand (Hall 7 Stand: H7-C40).

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