Hitachi Data Systems Corporation has launched a new line-up of software-defined infrastructure solutions, targeted specifically for the Middle East to “fill a mid-market gap”.
The company, a subsidiary of Hitachi, said that in addition to enabling customers to simplify IT and free data from traditional hardware and location constraints the new solution also makes it more accessible for all existing and new analytics-driven workloads.
“These new and enhanced offerings have been designed to help customers achieve greater levels of information access through virtualised, hyper-converged and scale-out platforms that are built to accelerate the journey to IT as a service (ITaaS) through application-led, software-defined architectures,” it added.
New solutions and services being unveiled would also “make society safer, smarter and healthier” in the Middle East.
“As the global IT horizon starts shifting, the needs and wants of the Middle East also develops and migrates to sleeker, more responsive options,” said Aaron White, general manager for Middle East and Turkey, Hitachi Data Systems.
“With this new solution, we are able to open opportunities to the mid-market while simplifying operations. It is an exciting time for us as we introduce this truly unique opportunity to the region.”
However, a London summit on the industry’s introduction of the technology cautions that testing and acceptance are still at an early stage and firms should proceed with caution.
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