Ooredoo organises ‘Upgrade Your Digital Infrastructure’ workshop

by | Mar 28, 2024 | 0 comments

MUSCAT – Ooredoo understands that if businesses leverage cutting-edge, end-to-end technologies and solutions, they can optimise their digital infrastructure, the engine driving their digital operations. For this reason, Ooredoo organised an exclusive workshop entitled ‘Upgrade Your Digital Infrastructure’. The event was held together with Starlink, a leading distributor of telecom products in the GCC region and Ooredoo’s ICT partner, and Netceed, a global value-added distributor for the telecom network and digital infrastructure industries, and Ooredoo’s partner offering solutions for Enterprise customers in Oman.

During the workshop, experts shared their experience and know-how on the latest trends and developments in FTTO (Fibre to the Office) technologies and Micro Data Centres. Fibre-enabled FFTO connections are Internet connectivity solutions that significantly benefit businesses with fast speeds, high reliability, and flexibility. Meanwhile, small-footprint, easy-to-deploy Micro Data Centres can maximise a business’s value through increased scalability, resilience, and reduced costs.

“We deliver a personalised and high-impact corporate customer service while an excellent digital infrastructure enables seamless communication, streamlines business processes, and boosts customer experience. We were therefore happy to organise an expert-led workshop with Starlink and Netceed; both are customer-focused companies that provide pioneering end-to-end connectivity solutions and technologies to entities,” said Saied Sadiq Al Lawati, Director of Business Marketing and ICT Solutions at Ooredoo.

“Starlink, through its strategic partnership with Ooredoo, is confident to deliver similar projects in the future. We will keep adding value to our customers by providing innovative technologies,” said Tommy Davidson, Acting Chief Executive Office of Starlink Middle East.

“Netceed is shaping the future of communications networks across the globe. As a leading global distribution partner with more than 80 locations across 19 countries, we’ve continued to leverage our locally invested, globally connected strategic partnership with Ooredoo to deliver end-to-end passive infrastructure, and we’re proud to continue connecting underserved markets with Fibre To The Office and Micro Data Centre solutions”, added Youssef Awada, President Middle East Region at Netceed.
For more information on Ooredoo’s extensive and innovative digital solutions for businesses, visit www.ooredoo.om/Business.

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