Brocade has announced that Aptec, an Ingram Micro company, has joined the networking vendor’s Alliance Partner Network (APN) as a value-added distributor (VAD) covering the Mena region.
Initially, Aptec will focus on promoti
Brocade, a leading networking solutions provider, has appointed a number of regional senior executives to drive growth in the Middle East market and consolidate its leadership in strategic areas.
The company is transforming enterp
With virtualization already taking hold across much of IT, software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) are emerging as promising solutions to the biggest challenges currently plaguing data center networking, says
Current networking technologies are being pushed to their performance boundaries, according to a survey conducted by the Weston Group in association with Brocade, a leading networking solutions provider.
Members of the Middle East
The financial implications of network disruption can be monumental for Bahrain's booming banking and financial industry, an IT expert has warned.
"It is indeed strange that in Bahrain, while it is apparent that organisati
The worldwide cloud computing market is expected to grow at a 36 per cent compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) through 2016, reaching a market size of $19.5 billion, according to Gartner, a technology research firm.
Brocade has launched the ICX 7750 Switch, the first purpose-built network switch for scale-out campus aggregation which delivers the simplification and automation provided by the HyperEdge Architecture.
The Brocade ICX 7750 is the
Brocade Communications, a leader in data centre networking, is set to demonstrate its recently launched innovations to create the ‘On-demand Data Center’ at Gitex Technology Week.
The event will take place at the Dubai
The data centers that Middle East organisations should deploy will require a new approach that includes a high degree of virtualization and the combination of physical and virtual infrastructure elements, said an industry expert.
Many organisations in the Middle East that have taken up cloud computing run the long term risk of failure as only small fractions of their IT budgets are spent on upgrading network infrastructure, said an industry expert.