Small Tree Communications, the industry leader in providing high-performance networking solutions for Mac OS X, has named PRO TECHnology as its exclusive distributor in the Middle East region.
The announcement, which was made during The Media & Marketing Show in Dubai further strengthens Small Tree’s global positioning among networking professionals.
“PRO TECHnology has established a sterling reputation in the Middle East for supplying world-class brands and comprehensive service in the networking industry,” stated Corky Seeber, president of Small Tree Communications. “With PRO TECHnology now selling the Apple Power Mac G5 Quad to its customers, our partnership was inevitable. We look forward to a long and successful relationship with PRO TECHnology as we continue to strengthen our visibility in markets around the world.” “When speaking with our contacts at Apple about high-performance networking solutions for Mac OS X, there was one company that stood out above the rest — Small Tree Communications,” Jamal H. Maraqa, Managing Director for PRO TECHnology. “As we begin offering the Apple Power Mac G5 Quad to our clientele, it is imperative that we also provide solutions that will enable those purchasing that system to upgrade performance if necessary. Our partnership with Small Tree is ideal for our customers, as a respected IT products and solutions provider joins forces with a superior network manufacturer.”
For the past several years, Small Tree Communications has developed products that have enabled Apple to increase its reach in the high-performance, supercomputing market. Through the introduction of its InfiniBand technology, 10 Gigabit Ethernet Cards, 802.3ad Link Aggregation, Multi-port Gigabit Copper Ethernet Cards and Fiber Optic Ethernet Cards, more and more IT professionals are turning to Apple computers for its clustering capabilities. In fact, Virginia Tech University currently utilizes Small Tree’s InfiniBand technology with its Apple cluster at the Terascale Computing Facility, one of the world’s Top 15 supercomputer sites.