The Middle East & Africa is expected to have the world’s highest cloud traffic growth rate by 2019 – guaranteeing cloud computing suppliers have some of the biggest new business opportunities available in the Middle East than anywhere else on the planet. Coupled with this, data centre space has increased in the UAE and Saudi Arabian markets alone by more than 60%, helping firms overcome obstacles to cloud adoption.*“
Who is taking part in 2017?
A10 Networks, Airwatch, Akamai, Arista, Brocade through, Forcepoint, Cisco, Citrix, D Link, Dell EMC, F5, FireEye, HPE, Huawei, IBM, Intel, Juniper, Microsoft, Netgrear, Netscout through Fluke, Oracle, Palo Alto, SAP
Who came to buy Cloud Computing products at GITEX Technology Week 2016?
– Visitors looking for cloud technology came from 106 countries
– 19,505 of visitors coming to source cloud computing are buyers
– 6,436 are actively looking to purchase Cloud Computing from suppliers at GITEX Technology Week
– 13,263 buyers of cloud computing have a budget in excess of $100,000
Which companies came to purchase Cloud products in 2016?
Abu Dhabi Airports Company, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, ADNOC, Airbus Defence & Space, Al Futtaim Group, Emirates Airlines, Emirates National Oil Company, Engineering Office The Office Of HH Sheikh Muhammad Bin Rashid Al Makhtoum, Etihad Airways, Etisalat, Government Of Dubai, , Thales International Middle East, SAL and many more…