|Dubai, United Arab Emirates|
As the Middle East data storage market will top USD 8.5 billion by 2027, organizations need to modernize their IT infrastructure to drive their digital business competitiveness in the COVID-19 coronavirus era and beyond.
Across the Middle East, government, banking and finance, and education firms are leading digital transformation agendas, which have been accelerating as organizations drive remote working and e-commerce amid COVID-19 coronavirus.
As a result, the GCC and Levant’s data storage market is set to reach a record-high of USD 8.5 billion by 2027, nearly tripling from USD 2.9 billion in 2019, according to a recent report from Coherent Market Insights.
“The Middle East’s record-high data storage market reflects the need for organizations to support digital transformation in the COVID-19 era and beyond — supporting remote work, e-commerce, and digital revenue,” said Savitha Bhaskar, Chief Operating Officer, Condo Protego, the UAE-based IT infrastructure and information management consultancy.
Supporting the Middle East’s digital transformation, organizations are ideally-positioned to adopt the recently-launched Dell EMC PowerStore storage infrastructure platform.
Dell EMC PowerStore provides affordable, flexible, and scalable high-performance storage infrastructure to future-proof business needs. The solution can also easily integrate with VMware’s industry-leading virtualization solutions.
At the same time, Middle East organizations are posting strong interest in Dell EMC’s PowerOne autonomous infrastructure solutions, and in Dell EMC’s PowerEdge servers for high-value, flexible, and innovative server performance.
“Dell EMC’s integrated and high-performance storage, infrastructure, and server platforms are key for Middle East organizations to store, secure, and analyze data in real-time,” added Savitha Bhaskar. “Middle East organizations that shift now from traditional operations to modern cloud outcomes will be digital leaders of tomorrow.”