Due to the pioneering work that the company continues to do, especially in the Opensource arena, many popular print magazines and websites run stories on the company and some of the major projects that we have implemented.
We have collected some of these below as a sample of what they think about us.
Network Gulf Helps Unilever Iran Embrace Open Source Solutions
Arabian Reseller News (ARN) - February 2007
The company helps the FMCG giant to implement a set of solutions based on open source applications at it's Iran Facility.
Unilever is one of the world's largest FMCG company, which produces and markets over 400 brands spanning14 categories of home,personal care and food products. The company's brand portfolio includes products such as Lipton, Knorr, Dove & Omo.
Dubai firm provides Unilever Iran IT solutions
Trade arabia Business News - Sunday, January 28, 2007
The Dubai-based Network Gulf Information Technologies (NGIT) has helped Unilever to embrace open source solutions at its Iranian operation.
In 2003, Unilever entered the Iranian market by establishing on-shore operations, two factories and setting-up its regional head quarters in Tehran. However, one of the biggest tasks for the company was to set up a comprehensive IT infrastructure, since the company could not use any technology developed or imported from the US with a specific American content, due to the US embargo on exports to Iran.
Network Gulf helps Unilever embrace open source solutions
AME Info - Saturday, January 27 - 2007
In 2003, Unilever entered the Iranian market by establishing on-shore operations, two factories and setting-up its regional head quarters in Tehran. However, one of the biggest tasks for the company was to setup a comprehensive IT infrastructure in place, since the company could not use any technology developed or imported from the USA with a specific American content, due to the US embargo on exports to Iran.
Arabian Computer News(ACN) - Saturday, 2 October, 2004
The worldwide Linux server market is growing at 40% per annum and the open source operating system has an estimated 18 million users around the globe.
In light of these figures, Aberdeen Research claims it is the fastest growing OS on the planet. IDC is equally as enthusiastic, estimating that by 2008 Linux will represent approximately 29% of all server unit shipments and garner US$9.7 billion in revenues.
NGIT unveils Linux Matrix for SMEs
Arabian Computer News(ACN)- Sunday, 18 July, 2004
Network Gulf Information Technology (NGIT), a Dubai based company has launched Matrix, a new Linux-based one box solution, which offers ready to use integrated mail, proxy, file, fax, SQL database, router and firewall services targeted at the region’s cost conscious small and medium enterprises (SME).