Ooredoo has achieved the ‘Gold-tier Cloud Service Provider’ status with Dell EMC, the number one provider of cloud infrastructure, further providing customers with the most innovative business solutions.
As a gold-tier partner, Ooredoo gains access to Dell EMC’s comprehensive partner training and enablement across the full range of cloud-based solutions. Worldwide, Dell Technologies’ global channel is a $43bn business in a $3tn marketplace.
Ooredoo chief operating officer Yousuf Abdulla al-Kubaisi said, “Achieving Gold-tier partnership with Dell EMC is a major milestone for Ooredoo. By leveraging Dell EMC’s partner and sales resources, we can better meet our business customers’ needs and educate the customer ecosystem on the business benefits of the full stack of Dell EMC hardware and software solutions.”
As a Dell EMC Cloud Service Provider, Ooredoo is providing its business customers with industry-leading hyper-converged infrastructure, which integrates Dell EMC’s industry-leading cloud computing, storage, networking, and virtualisation under one pre-configured system. Aongus Hegarty, president (Europe, Middle East and Africa) at Dell EMC, said, “Access to technology is not a luxury anymore, but a necessity which lies at the centre of human progress. With the Dell EMC Partner Program for Cloud Service Providers and Strategic Outsourcers, we aim to offer our partners endless possibilities with the right blend of technology and services.
“It is a privilege to be a part of Ooredoo’s exciting journey of innovation where our partnership has resulted in an opportunity to enhance the organisation’s competitiveness and lead the frontlines of the digital future. With their incredible expertise and our continued commitment to delivering the essential infrastructure, we look forward to furthering digital transformation in Qatar.”
Business customers can leverage the Ooredoo Advantage, making Ooredoo “Best for Business”, thanks to its breadth and depth of talent, best fixed and mobile networks, broadest portfolio of ICT services and solutions, and trusted partner for 60 years.
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