Rashi Peripherals Successfully Concludes Multi-City Enterprise Partner Meet

By: DT News Network
October, 10, 2017

Rashi Peripherals, India’s only Value Added Distributor (VAD), recently concluded multi-city Enterprise Partner Meet in association with Intel. The meet organized in Ahmadabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Bengaluru was aimed to increase awareness about Intel’s Data Center Blocks (DCB) offering among Enterprise partners.

The increasing IT spending in the Enterprise segment across the domain is boosting the server market in India. Considering enterprises’ need for fully integrated servers that cater to the variety of business demands, Intel has introduced Data Center Blocks (DCB). DCB are fully validated blocks that address a variety of business challenges and deliver performance, reliability, and quality for solutions to handle customers’ cloud, HPC, and business-critical workloads.

During the event, Rashi Peripherals explained market prospects in the server market in India and business scope in high potential regions in the country. Mr. Rajesh Goenka, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, said, “Rashi Peripherals is taking lead in developing Enterprise business in India and these partner meets are a part of the same strategy. We are very happy with partners’ response and their keenness to learn and experiment with new solutions. This is also a new business opportunity for all.”

The four city partner meet concluded on a very positive note where partners, where partners got new insights into the server business. Giving his feedback, Ahmadabad based partner Mr. Kamal Parikh of K2-Sukrut, said, “The event was very informative and we got to learn new insights into the server business. Intel presented their roadmap on the DCB business and we look forward to get more clarity on the availability and pricing.”

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