Motorola showcased its vision for seamless mobility at its Moto4U event in Abu Dhabi on April 13. The event demonstrated how internet protocol (IP) networks are central to next generation mobile phone functions.
Emirates has extended its investment in horse racing by becoming the sponsor of the Breeders' Cup Distaff and the Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf races at the Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships.
WildPackets, a US-based provider of advanced network services fault analysis, has appointed Riaz Khan as European sales director. Khan’s brief includes identifying new channel partners in emerging markets such as the Middle East.
Fast-growing components distribution powerhouse eSys has unveiled a new partner loyalty programme for the Middle East and North Africa region. The new scheme, ePaL, offers a range of goodies for committed customers.
Sun Microsystems Middle East & North Africa, in conjunction with its channel development provider, Tech Access, intends to highlight its growing range of software and Linux solutions at this year’s Gitex Saudi Arabia.
Security software vendor McAfee is enlisting the help of its Saudi Arabian partners to impress upon medium and large business users in the Kingdom the quality and scope of its integrated security solutions.
Value added distributor Adaox will be showcasing its NOD32 Antivirus software at this year’s Gitex Saudi Arabia, which is being held at the Riyadh Exhibition Centre from April 24-28. NOD32 is an award-winning Antivirus system from ESET USA.
Naizak will be showcasing a wide range of information technology services and products at the forthcoming Gitex Saudi Arabia. The company will be providing visitors to the show with information about its consulting, architecture, implementation, systems integration and support services.
Oracle will be showcasing its products and services at this year’s Gitex exhibition in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) in partnership with local integrator Jeraisy Computer & Communications Services (JCCS). The vendor will be paying special attention to healthcare and government sectors at the event. Oracle says these two verticals present enormous growth opportunities for its enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions.