G42 Cloud inks MoU with Dell Technologies to accelerate digital transformation

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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G42 Cloud and Dell Technologies sign MoU
Officials during the signing ceremony.

UAE-based Cloud Computing provider, G42 Cloud and American technology company, Dell Technologies have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to help customers accelerate their digital transformation by collaborating on the cloud, security, and IT and managed services.

The two companies will work together across various areas including Private Cloud Solutions, as well as Consulting, Residency, and Managed Services.

This collaboration aims to serve the UAE by enabling customers to manage their day-to-day business operations and accelerate digital transformation with a more secure and consistent cloud experience.

Further, the agreement will allow the two companies’ customers to leverage the best-of-breed features and performance, including computing, data storage, and data protection needs. It aims to assist customers to unlock and capitalize on cloud experiences and drive innovation.

Talal Al Kaissi
Talal Al Kaissi
CEO – G42 Cloud

“I am particularly excited and proud of signing this strategic agreement with Dell Technologies and of the opportunities we plan to unlock together, domestically and abroad. Cloud technologies today are helping economies expand and meet new market demands. G42 Cloud is focused on driving value and helping businesses to succeed in a digital-first world. The MoU allows us to explore both companies’ wide range of offerings and support our customers to maximize their business outcomes.”

Mr. Walid Yehia, General Manager – UAE, Dell Technologies, said that, “To succeed in an increasingly digital economy, businesses need agile and scalable solutions that allow them to innovate and transform their operations.”

“At Dell Technologies, we aim to simplify this journey with our comprehensive portfolio of solutions and services. We are happy to work with G42 Cloud in its efforts to encourage organizations to build a robust digital future,” Mr. Yehia added.

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