- A technology roadshow is taking place in the Namibian capital Windhoek on Friday.
Organised by information technology distributor [Comztek Namibia] and its vendor partners, the show entails several activities, including a technology showcase and presentations.
The show will provide Comztek resellers and their end users with up-to-the-minute information on the latest technologies, products and programmes. Adobe, Fujitsu Siemens Computers, Nietshild, Symantec and 3Com would deliver vendor presentations.
“Comztek Namibia prides itself on being a one-stop shop for its resellers, by distributing a wide range of ICT products, solutions and services," said the Regional Manager of Comztek Namibia, Davel Botha.
"It is our pleasure to be hosting this technology roadshow for resellers, thereby providing up-to-date technology information in the specialist areas of networks, software infrastructure, security and storage, and consumer electronics.”
Comztek Namibia is a branch of its parent body in South Africa that started operation in May 2004. The parent company is believed to be the leading ICT systems and communications partner in South Africa.
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