Ooredoo leaders have been invited to meet with their executive counterparts at the Cisco Customer Experience Centre in the US.
The exclusive executive briefing saw senior figures from Cisco welcome a high-level Ooredoo delegation before touring the hi-tech California facility. Discussions focused on the work Cisco is doing with service providers, agencies, and partners to help alleviate the digital divide.
The close collaborators also looked at service provider strategy, mobility and private 5G, 5GaaS, profiting from connected vehicles, and Cisco’s supply chain overview.
Looking at ways to strengthen business continuity and resilience, Ooredoo’s delegation also attended a demonstration of the ‘Hybrid Work Experience’, an all-digital cloud workspace supporting both hybrid working and service providers on their B2B journey.
Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad bin Nasser al-Thani, Ooredoo CCO, said: “We are always looking to strengthen existing partnerships that enable Ooredoo to further progress towards complete digitalisation. We aim to continue to develop the strong ties currently expressed in the Ooredoo and Cisco partnership and collaborate on future activities. Ooredoo hopes to further strengthen our business out of this experience, bolstered by cloud-based services and, by extension, the concept of offering customers everything as a service.”
Jonathan Davidson, executive vice-president and general manager, Mass-Scale Infrastructure Group, Cisco, said: “Together, Cisco and Ooredoo are delivering the future of connectivity with cloud services and edge innovation to support growth in the Qatar B2B market, as well as mass IoT use cases with the power of 5G. We look forward to showcasing our combined strengths and supporting Ooredoo with innovative edge cloud solutions for content delivery to improve the connected digital fan experience for the upcoming World Cup.”
Ooredoo and Cisco are committed to delivering high-quality services via 5G, mobile, video, collaboration, business, and the Internet of Things (IoT).