The agreement comes one month after the introduction of Ooredoo’s first locally hosted, enterprise-class Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) virtual server, highlighting the growing popularity and efficiency of its advanced capabilities.
“Our agreement with OADC reflects our efforts to provide tailored, advanced services which meet the growing demands of today’s digital landscape,” said Sultan bin Ahmed Al Wahaibi, Chief Business & Wholesale Officer at Ooredoo.
Ooredoo’s permanent cloud solution was designed to fit all workload dynamics, where its technologies power some of the largest cloud operations in the world, making it a perfect fit for testing and development, web-based applications as well as high-performance computing.
“With the growing number of web-enabled devices in today’s business environment, it is essential that our businesses have access to cloud services and ultimately their data at all times,” he added.
Dr. Saoud Al Habsi, CEO of OADC, said, “Ooredoo’s cloud-based services are ideal for meeting our growing bandwidth needs, offering us greater flexibility, cost-effectiveness, and worry-free connectivity. This solution allows our teams to access, edit and share documents anytime and anywhere”
The company’s virtual server allows businesses of all sizes to easily access their data over a highly secure network.
By moving to the cloud, customers will enjoy significant cost-savings by moving their data center online. With highly flexible payment plans, Ooredoo customers will be charged by the hour and billed on a monthly basis.