Batelco launches converged infrastructure solution

Solution is offered to Small and Medium Enterprises
Batelco launches converged infrastructure solution


Batelco has introduced a converged infrastructure solution for Small and Medium Enterprises (SME).

The new solutions offer operating systems, server and storage, networking solutions, virtualisation, backup and antivirus solutions. All these services are bundled in one consolidated solution for customers’ convenience, as the company said.

Adel Daylami, general manager Business Division at Batelco, said: “With the launch of this solution Batelco was expanding its existing ICT products’ portfolio and addressing the needs of the SME business segment.”

“The Bahrain market continues to see greater demand for innovative and managed solutions that can offer businesses increased efficiency and reduced costs. We understand the IT requirements of the SME businesses and with the launch of these customised solutions we are addressing the key market needs of cost-effectiveness and product reliability,” added Daylami.

Batelco’s Converged Infrastructure Solutions are available on flexible payment terms for both rental and purchase options. The service is backed up by support 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year and ensure that issues that arise are resolved without delay. The solution also includes a maintenance contract. 

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