Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 4 October 2011: FVC, one of the leading Value Added Distributors in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), has confirmed its participation at Gitex 2011 scheduled to be held from 9-13 October 2011. The company will have its usual presence at Gulfcomms as well as participate in the second Cloud Confex. FVC plan to introduce at least two new vendors – Zoho and Esnatech at event. The company has recently been appointed the authorised VAD for Zoho and Esnatech for Middle East and North Africa. In addition to new vendors, FVC will showcase new and updated technology from its existing vendor partners categorised under four categories: Unified Communications, Information Security, Application Delivery and Cloud Computing.
In addition to demonstrating the popular Polycom Immersive Real Presence solution (RPX), FVC will be exhibiting the use of visual communications in telemedicine as well as promote CIE (Customer Immersive Experience). CIE, using collaborative technology from Polycom and Microsoft Lync Solutions delivers standards-based, unified communications that lets the enterprise user collaborate from the desk, on the road, at home, or in a conference room.
K.S. Parag, MD at FVC, said, “As collaboration becomes mobile, it has become necessary for enterprises to maximise its internal as well as external communications and the solution from Polycom and Microsoft allows our partners to offer their customers standards-based solutions.”
In the cloud computing space, FVC’s new partnership with Zoho offers a comprehensive suite of online productivity, collaboration and business applications for small and medium-sized businesses. Esnatech offers the possibility of unifying on-site and cloud-based infrastructure with applications to deliver a portfolio of messaging, mobility and presence solutions to change the way businesses communicate.
“As cloud computing gains momentum across the region, we felt that we needed to expand our portfolio to offer our partners and their customers a wider range of complementary products that would fit their needs,” continued Parag.