Data2cloud has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Dell Technologies that will enable it to further advance its technological capabilities and become the leading provider of managed hosting solutions in Oman.
These solutions will in turn be made available to enable governments and large enterprises to deliver smarter solutions, increase their profitability, and protect their infrastructure against increasingly malicious attacks, according to a press release. The MoU was signed by Monther al Mamri, CEO of Data2cloud and Havier Haddad, general manager – Gulf at Dell Technologies.
The announcement was made at the Dell Technologies Forum (DTF), which was organised in Muscat for the first time on December 17.
The agreement between the two organisations will give Data2cloud direct access to the products and programs offered by Dell Technologies. The solutions offered by Dell Technologies will enable Data2cloud to increase effectiveness of their customers deploying and managing their existing infrastructure in one of the best-in-class data centre facilities, whilst eliminating the hassle and cost of running their own data centres.
Nasser al Balushi, procurement and partner manager at Data2cloud, said, “Having Dell Technologies partner with us strengthens our own capabilities and credibility both in Oman and across the region.”
Balushi said, “We look forward to serving the region by offering our customers cloud solutions with all the necessary end-to-end support to help scale more effectively whilst achieving heightened levels of productivity and efficiency.”
Dell Technologies’ Haddad said, “This strategic partnership will enable us to further cement a strong foundation for Data2cloud that will facilitate their growth and expansion within Oman and across the region. It will enable them to develop a unique infrastructure whilst also offering unique products and services to their customers on their own respective digital transformation journeys.”
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