HPE to hold Discover More event in UAE

Hewlett Packard Enterprise will hold Discover More in Dubai on 20th March

HPE Discover More is ideal for customers to engage, meet and accelerate new partnerships, says Fontana.
HPE Discover More is ideal for customers to engage, meet and accelerate new partnerships, says Fontana.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) will host its showcase event Discover More, in the UAE on 20th March at the Jumeirah Beach Hotel in Dubai. The event is expected to attract over one thousand HPE customers and partners to the event.

At the event, HPE will be demonstrating how enterprises can transform their business in a world where everything computes, and where everyone and everything – billions of devices, cars and homes, workplaces, stadiums, hospitals and factory floors – shares data.

HPE Discover More offers customers and partners deeper insights into the importance of enterprise technology in a digital-first world, building on HPE’s flagship Discover event by providing more localized, relevant content.

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The event will be opened by Dr. Fabio Fontana, vice president and managing director, HPE Middle East, and will include addresses from HPE president and CEO Antonio Neri and HE Sarah Al Amiri, UAE Minister of state for Advanced Sciences.

“Data is the biggest factor in the transformation of technology today. It facilitates the insights for progress, and it’s being created at rates like never before. With data at its core, HPE Discover More is the perfect environment for customers to engage, meet and accelerate new partnerships,” said Dr. Fabio Fontana, vice president and managing director, HPE Middle East.“We’re bringing an ongoing, technology-enabled conversation to our highly engaged global audience with frequent events, delivered locally and with a diverse range of topics, tailored to local market audiences. We’re very excited to be bringing this event to the UAE.”

Discover More will showcase technologies encompassing edge-centric, data-driven and cloud-enabled computing scenarios, the company said.

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