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STS (at Jordan) becomes VMware partner

With an unprecedented success, STS, the leading IT and enterprise solutions provider and system integrator becomes the first VMware Enterprise Level partner in Jordan. This new venture will solidify STS's position in the market to assess, implement and support Enterprise Level virtualization projects.

Through its alliance with VMware, the world renowned company in providing virtualization solutions, STS will be able to provide its customers with extensive services, among of which is implementing Production Server Consolidation and Containment.

Aaron White, VMware Partner Business Manager in the Middle East, said, "This is a major step forward for VMware, while we look to strengthen our presence in the Jordanian market. STS is a key player with several years of experience in delivering the highest standard of IT solutions and services including Software and Infrastructure solutions, system integration, network services and other value added enterprise solutions."


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