Cisco is promoting revolutionary growth in the uptake of virtualisation in the Middle East with new Virtual Computing technology.
The company is hailing a new era of remote computing that will integrate data centres seamlessly and help companies to dramatically reduce operational overheads.
Virtualisation may be an attractive option for those who have recently purchased commercial property in Dubai and are looking for an efficient scalable networking and computing platform.
"The Virtual Machine has become the new atomic building block of the data centre, creating new challenges and opportunities with the potential to transform the computing environment and deliver significant benefits," insists Mazzola, senior vice-president of the server access and virtualisation business unit at Cisco.
The company has also recently demonstrated its commitment to small business productivity with the launch of a new $100 million (£67.38 million) global strategic initiative to promote growth in the small and medium-sized enterprise sector.