Ooredoo’s Qatar Data Centre will mark 10 years of service at the end of 2016, and the company is set to launch a major campaign highlighting its contribution to the development of Qatar’s knowledge-based economy and key role in nurturing future solutions.
Officially launched in 2006, the Qatar Data Centre was the first facility in Qatar to offer businesses a full suite of enterprise services. It has evolved into one of the most important technology assets in Qatar’s drive to become a truly “smart” nation, supporting a wave of breakthrough technologies and delivering total control and security for customers’ digital and data assets.
Growing from a single site in 2006, the Qatar Data Centre is now hosted in five locations across Qatar with a total space of around 60,000 sq ft, connected by cloud technology and powered by the award-winning Ooredoo Supernet.
It has developed into a global facility, using strategic partnerships to provide customers with access to more than 30 data centres in nine countries, reflecting the international trajectory of Qatar’s most important businesses.
Yousuf Abdulla al-Kubaisi, chief operating officer, Ooredoo Qatar, said, “The Ooredoo Data Centre has proved to be an incredibly versatile facility, enabling companies to design, deploy, and manage systems, networks, and applications.
“It has ensured business continuity and delivered stable growth for many of Qatar’s strategic enterprises. As we head towards our 10th anniversary and celebrate one of the most successful years in the facility’s history, we are launching a special campaign to celebrate its and our customers’ shared achievements.”
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