MUSCAT – Ooredoo and its subsidiary, data2cloud, have launched Bridge, a new cloud-based video conferencing service. Securely hosted at Ooredoo’s Data Centre in Bawshar, and accredited by the Ministry of Transport, Communications & Information Technology, the smart solution can host up to 1,500 users and unlimited meeting rooms, providing fast, uninterrupted full HD video conferencing at competitive rates. Ideal for meeting the challenges of the modern workplace, Bridge is part of Ooredoo’s commitment to help companies ‘Be Digital’, while driving the Sultanate’s digital transformation.
Enabling seamless working with multiple devices, Bridge can be integrated with SIP or PSTN telephone lines, or existing conference rooms’ installations, bringing people together at any time from any location, at the touch of a button. Appropriate for large companies and SMEs, packages are available for as little as five users, and allow employees to join conferences from their mobile phones, tablets or personal computer browsers.
Sultan bin Ahmed Al Wahaibi, Chief Business and Wholesale Officer at Ooredoo, said, “Working from home and social distancing have become the new norm and as such, video conferencing has been an essential lifeline for many businesses. We decided to launch Bridge not only to help companies navigate this new way of working, but to lead more digitally-driven, more flexible workplaces. And because every business’ needs and budgets are different, our solutions are tailor-made and affordable. So, whatever the situation requires, we want businesses to know we are here to help them stay connected and continue to thrive.”
To find out more about Bridge, or any of Ooredoo Business products and services, visit ooredoo.om/business