PRO TECHnology, the leading integrator of storage and high availability solutions in the Middle East, today (February 19, 2007) announced the launch of several innovative products on their stand at IDEX 2007, the 8th International Defense Exhibition and Conference currently being held from 18-22 February 2007 at the new Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Centre. The event is the largest military show of its kind in the world in terms of exhibit space and serves as an important platform for companies targeting the important and emerging markets of the Middle East, Gulf & Asia. It also provides a unique opportunity for key decision makers in the industry to network with defense equipment and systems solutions providers.
The products to be highlighted at IDEX 2007 include Freecom hard drives such as USB stick pro & databar with military encryption. This device put emphasis on the security of data, and the robust dustproof and waterproof FM-10 PRO Stick offers a substantial storage capacity up to 2 GB, in addition to the outstanding reading & writing speeds. Further, it is resistant to external impacts & shocks and stands out from normal USB 2.0 sticks due to a lifetime guarantee and a comprehensive software package that included password protection and data encryption.
PRO TECHnology will be present at IDEX 2007 along with Sofia Trading at booth OD-40 and will also feature Dicota Technical cases. These are secure transportable cases made from aluminium and with sidewalls made of the extremely light-weight and durable "Conpearl" fabric, which protect the Notebooks and printers inside these cases. The company is also showcasing Wireless CCTV cameras & communications solutions, which provide data, voice communications and networking solutions based on Wi-Fi & WiMax Solutions.
"IDEX is a key industry event that represents an opportunity for us to display the latest industry-leading solutions and network with reputed players from across the globe. We are pleased to bring these products to IDEX and are confident of our prospects in the region," concluded Jamal H. Maraqa, Managing Director of PRO TECHnology.