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Evolution of the connected home

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Khalid Wani is an storage expert who heads the sales of the branded business of Western Digital in Middle East, Africa & India, takes us through the journey and evolution of connectivity. Over the past decade the Internet has become part of our everyday lives and connectivity more widely available for a lower cost, revolutionising the way we work, play and communicate. From a time when a home with an Internet connection was a rare exception, we have evolved to the point where Internet connectivity at the home is now the norm. As this evolution has continued, connectivity has spread from computers to mobile phones and even televisions, enabling us to use a variety of new technological advances to network entire homes into powerful content sharing portals - the connected home.

Expanding digital universe with storage technology

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Khalid Wani is an storage expert who heads the sales of the branded business of Western Digital in Middle East, Africa & India, evaluates the way forward with the data exploding manifold. In a world where digital information is more than doubling in size every two years, storage technology is experiencing a myriad of challenges to keep pace with the increasing demands for efficient and cost-effective methods to create, capture, manage and save all of this data.

WD expands its presence in South Africa

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Western Digital recently appointed Rectron, a South African based broadline distributor to market, sell and support the vendor's range of external retail hard drives in South Africa; an initiative likely to catapult WD to one of South Africa's top two players in the computer storage market. “This appointment validates our efforts and dedication to building strong relationships with all our partners, and is a reflection of our leadership in the South African distribution space,” says Elaine Wang, Rectron business manager.
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