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US computer giant exhibits products for Nigeria market

24 July 2015, 13:08

Abuja - Dell, the American multinational computer technology company, has showcased its array of products currently available in the Nigerian market.

The exhibition has been held at the Southern Sun Hotel in Ikoyi, Lagos.

The company Enterprise Product Manager Shams Hassan stated that Dell has lots of differentiated products in the areas of networking and storage.

“Dell is not only into laptops and desktops as most people believe; Dell is also a very strong player in server and storage as well as networking,” Hassan said.

He said the peculiarity of Dell’s offerings in these spaces is evident in the users’ open access to other vendors, unlike competitors whose platforms are not shareable. Hassan stated that PowerEdge VRTX integrates servers, storage, networking and management into a single office-optimized chassis and delivers greater simplicity, efficiency and versatility.

The company’s Manager for Nigeria, Akin Banuso, said the company’s products were a continuous evolution of technology that helped boost productivity by integrating latest industry-standard technologies into a highly-reliable platform.

“Dell understands that downtime is costly. That is why we strive to provide a workstation you can depend on, day-in and day-out. Should a problem arise, Dell has the expertise and services to minimize your downtime and get you back up and running quickly,” Banuso said.

Dell is one of the largest technological corporations in the world, employing more than 103 000 people worldwide.

In 2014, it made the third-highest number of personal computer shipments globally.

- CAJ News

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