Ooredoo launches data2cloud services
Ooredoo Oman’s subsidiary data2cloud has officially launched its services in the sultanate. H H Sayyid Kamil Fahad Mahmood al Said, Assistant Secretary General for the Cabinet of the Deputy Prime Minister for the Council of Ministers, on Monday officially inaugurated the launch of data2cloud.
With the growing number of Internet-enabled devices in the modern day business environment, data2cloud offers essential access to cutting-edge cloud computing services at all times. data2cloud, a virtual ‘office in the sky’, uses Ooredoo’s reliable network and world-class infrastructure to give businesses the chance to further elevate their cloud operations with a cost-effective solution and flexible
consumption-based payment plans.
Monther bin Hamad al Mamari, CEO of data2cloud, said, “With a 100 per cent Omani workforce, and cloud services hosted in the sultanate, our customers have a competitive advantage with local data residency and extremely low latency.
Our aim is to empower the governments and large enterprises through smarter solutions to increase their profitability, productivity and protect their infrastructure against increasing malicious attacks.”
Ian Dench, Ooredoo Oman’s CEO said, “We know that companies of all sizes look to cloud services as integral to their growth, security and cost effectiveness. As data experience leaders with a strong track record in running telecoms data centres, we have taken this knowledge and created something that was missing in the market: A locally hosted cloud service, providing customers with a cutting edge digital solution using Ooredoo’s reliable network.”
With three state-of-the-art data centres currently operating across Oman, data2cloud plans to open more facilities in the near future, including in Dakhliyah region to cater to increased demand for high-end cloud solutions in new areas.