DDN and Ooredoo forge strategic alliance

DDN has formed a transformative partnership with Ooredoo, Qatar’s premier telecommunications operator and information and communications technology (ICT) provider. This collaboration leverages DDN’s unparalleled expertise in advanced AI workflows, establishing Ooredoo as a frontrunner in the ICT sector by significantly enriching its service offerings.

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Through this strategic alliance, Ooredoo will adopt DDN’s sophisticated AI infrastructure, including sovereign AI capabilities, to drive innovation and improve operational efficiencies across its networks. DDN’s proven solutions enable Ooredoo to deploy state-of-the-art AI technologies, ensuring their customers access the most robust and dynamic ICT services, optimized for today’s digital challenges.

“At Ooredoo, we are committed to promoting inclusive access to digital services and resources, as well as developing innovative solutions to improve our customers’ experiences,” says Thani Ali Al-Malki, chief business officer, Ooredoo Qatar. “With DDN’s expertise and cutting-edge technologies, we are poised to transform Qatar’s digital infrastructure and provide our customers with the latest advancements in AI and Sovereign Cloud Storage solutions. The partnership with DDN not only bolsters our position as an integrated ICT provider but also enables us to enhance operations for customers in Qatar and beyond.”

This partnership underscores DDN’s commitment to fostering AI advancements by providing scalable, high-speed storage solutions that empower enterprises like Ooredoo to fully leverage their data, thereby delivering exceptional service quality and pioneering new paths in AI-enabled communications.

“Organizations like Ooerdoo require robust AI and At Scale applications to meet customer demands and accelerate and maximize their market opportunities,” said Ankur Arora, Middle-East and Africa regional director, DDN. “DDN has a legacy of success in delivering efficient and cost-effective infrastructure, and our partnership will enable Ooredoo to set new benchmarks in technology and service excellence.”

To learn more about DDN’s proven AI and multi-cloud solutions (booth #L4B) along with Ooredoo’s services (booth #G1) visit our respective booths at Comex Oman, May 27-30, at the Oman Convention and Exhibition Center.

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