Ooredoo Offers Cloud, Data Centre and DR Services Powered by data2cloud

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After unveiling its subsidiary back in 2019, Ooredoo continues to invest in data2cloud to enhance its position and offerings in the market.

With its locally-based set-up and enterprise-class Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) virtual server, it provides an optimal choice for companies looking to harness the dedicated hardware and flexibility of cloud computing.

The company’s virtual server is completely backed by world-class Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and offers businesses of all sizes the opportunity to elevate their data operations with a reliable and cost-effective solution. Trusted by many government and private sector companies, Ooredoo continues to position itself as the Sultanate’s digital partner of choice.

Designed to fit all workload dynamics, Ooredoo’s cloud solution was built using technologies that power some of the largest cloud operations in the world. It is a perfect fit for testing and development, web-based applications as well as high-performance computing. What’s more, Ooredoo Cloud customers will have access to a complete console which enables on-the-go provisioning as well as 24/7 support.

Sultan bin Ahmed Al Wahaibi, Chief Business & Wholesale Officer at Ooredoo, said, “The past months have shown us how dependent we are on Cloud computing, because it doesn’t just offer the opportunity to substantially reduce IT costs, but also helps in setting-up virtual offices that we can connect to anywhere, anytime. With the growing number of web-enabled devices in today’s business environment, it is essential for businesses to have cloud services to access their data at all times. The scalability provided by our service allows it to grow – or even downsize – with each individual business and continue to provide the benefit of seamless connectivity without delays.”

Ooredoo has also helped many businesses to co-locate their Disaster Recovery (DR) sites within its secure, state of art, Tier 4 ready data centre facilities. Moreover, following on from receiving government accreditation for its Video Conferencing solution, Bridge, Ooredoo is fast becoming the preferred local Cloud and Hosting provider for the government of Oman.

The company’s virtual server allows businesses of all sizes to seamlessly and instantly access their data over a highly secure network.

By moving to the cloud, customers will enjoy significant cost-savings, plus, with enhanced and highly flexible billing plans, they can choose between traditional monthly charging or even hourly charging.


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