Aruba Egypt, part of Hewlett Packarad Enterprise Company, signed Wednesday a protocol of cooperation with Zewail City of Science and Technology to enhance the educational process in Egypt.
The partnership aims to promote the BYOD i.e. Bring your own device concept in workplaces. Under this protocol, Aruba will provide students, teachers, and workers of Zewail City with advanced e-learning tools that can be applied on their personal devices.
The company has also launched a bunch of network solutions with the lowest risks and highest speeds as a part of strategic plan to further expand in Egypt following a huge success it achieved last year.
Aruba Egypt is looking forward to nurturing this success after establishing major partnerships within medical care, tourism, and education, and public sectors.
Ahmed Fathy, Egypt and Libya Territory Manager at Aruba Networks, said that the Egyptian ICT sector will witness a huge growth in 2016 amounting to $8.95 billion and will jump to$10.32 billion by 2019.
This huge growth will significantly contribute to driving Egyptian economy and promote the adoption of the latest tech innovation within both public and private sector.
BYOD software, security, and management solutions help enterprises of all sizes and requirements to ensure the protection and security of their networks.
Earlier, Aruba Networks launched Partner Ready for Networking Programme in Egypt which aims to enable its partners to use the latest global portable technology solutions and maximise profits.
Moreover, Aruba Networks is planning to provide training programmes with the aim of qualifying Egyptian workforce and educate them on using its products.
“Egypt makes a huge opportunity for the Aruba Networks to grow and expand,” said Fathy asserting the great impact it will leave on the Egyptian market towards ensuring the adaptation of portable technologies.