Key Information Technology (KIT) is demonstrating computers assembled from all the brands it represents.
Confined behind secure doors, customers are able to request for demos of the computers that combine a number of its leading servers and storage products. Brands used in the computer include Dell and Microsoft.
"We have launched a number of new Dell products at GITEX 2007, including servers and notebooks. We have been partners with Dell for the last 15 years and are the exclusive Dell stand at the exhibition," confirms Selwyn D'Souza, general manager, PC division, Key Information Technology.
With a service centre in Dubai's Jebel Ali, the company hopes to promote its four-hour response time to customers in the emirate.
Aiming to enter new markets, in particular through its system integration offering, the company is an established player in the region and supplies products to a number of government organisations and local oil companies.For all the latest tech news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.
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