Buzinessware to present cloud solutions at Gitex 2016
Buzinessware, a provider of hosting solutions, announced its participation at Gitex Technology Week 2016. At the event, the company will throw the spotlight on the latest range of cloud solutions, including its portfolio of cloud infrastructure products and service offerings across compute, storage and networking business needs on-demand with pay as you go pricing.
The company’s participation complements its move to further leverage the Middle East and North African region’s digital economy, which is predicted to grow to $30 billion by 2018. Buzinessware also aims to reach out to over 100,000 customers in the next four years.
During their participation at Gitex 2016, Buzinessware will introduce new services that address current requirements in the market. These new offerings include Middle East CDN services for video streaming and content distribution, cloud security services, cloud office productivity tools like enterprise file sharing, among others. To date, the company’s major customers include entertainment companies, government departments and agencies, semi government entities and application service providers.
According to the company’s senior executives, Buzinessware has expressed bullishness in addressing the key market needs for the thriving regional SME market. The company’s positive outlook follows after a recent report from Deloitte saying that new smart city, greenfield developments in the region will double within the next two to three years with specific state endorsed mobile apps created. With this in mind, Buzinessware expects data security and digital innovation to play significant roles in driving digital economic growth in the UAE.
“We are looking forward to participating at this year’s edition of Gitex, which is regarded as the largest regional technology platform for companies to showcase their capabilities to the entire region. In fact, we are expecting increased regional interest for our cloud offerings within the SME and reseller channel,” said Sajid Mulla, CEO, Buzinessware.
“Through the years, the connection of cities, companies and countries to the internet has become the most transformative way of igniting sustainable growth. This has led to a clamor for a strategic partner that can put strong emphasis on the offer of fast, secure and scalable hosting environments coupled with one to one support. Buzinessware, is grounded on the pillars of reliability, security, scalability, transparency and 24×7 support, remains fully committed in helping address these challenges and help drive in digital growth.”
Buzinessware, founded in 2002, is an infrastructure services provider in the Middle East, operating from multiple datacentres in Dubai, connected with du and Etisalat, as well as international carriers with independent ipv4 and ipv6 address space.