The Brazilian subsidiary of Israeli software solutions provider eWave is launching a new unit, eWave Infra, which aims to develop infrastructure solutions for the local market, news source Baguete reported.
The operations of the new unit will be focused on the provision of storage, virtualization, servers and monitoring services, among others.
"Our goal is to provide hardware, software and services to clients of different sizes, and in different stages of the business: from the startup to the operation," eWave Infra director Adriano Kerne was quoted as saying.
A new team of specialized sellers is also being formed by eWave to handle the new operations.
"By entering this new segment, eWave Brasil becomes a more competitive company, providing more complete services to meet the needs of our customers," said Kerne.
eWave has operations in Europe, the US and South America. In Brazil, the company arrived in 2006 and has offices in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasília, Curitiba and Belo Horizonte.
Some of the company's main local clients include telecom carriers GVT and Brasil Telecom, pay-TV company NET Serviços, agribusiness and food company Bunge, logistics firm ALL, beverage company AmBev, retail giant Grupo Pão de Açúcar and steelmaker Usiminas.