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Inspur Group to Participate in CeBIT 2016 and will Release German Market Strategy

2016-03-08 19:47 1693

HANNOVER, Germany, March 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The annual CeBIT will be held at Hannover Exhibition Grounds, Germany from 14th-18th March, 2016. Inspur, the leading cloud computing solutions provider, will participate in this fair. Inspur will not only conduct an in-depth exchange with media and peers, but will also showcase its high-performance core products and solutions, such as its whole cabinet server SmartRack, TS860, and HPC.

Inspur's participation in CeBIT is of great significance. In 2015, Inspur Group announced a US$100 million joint venture company setup in China with Cisco, a well-known American company. Immediately after that, Inspur announced a US$600 million joint venture with Diebold. In 2016, Cisco officially announced Inspur as one of its Top 3 strategic partners in the world at its Conference of Global Partners. These actions have gradually elevated Inspur's position in the international market and its growing strength cannot be ignored. Europe is a key market for Inspur's international strategy, and 2016 will be the perfect time for Inspur to continuously expand its German market share.

Inspur's booth is located at B16, in Hall No. 12, Hannover Exhibition Center. In addition to showcasing core cloud equipment, Inspur will invite authoritative experts from IDC to expound on technological developments in the cloud market, and bring cutting-edge market trend analysis to customers and manufacturers. It is definitely worth a visit.

Inspur also plans to release its marketing strategy, planning, and layout for Germany at the conference. After Inspur's visit to Germany with China's Vice Premier Wang Yang in 2015, and conclusion of official cooperation agreements with SAP, this high-profile appearance at CeBIT 2016 constitutes a key step into the German market, and indicates that Inspur will accelerate its market expansion pace in Germany, bringing new energy to Germany's cloud computing market.

 

 


Source: Inspur Group
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