Moro Hub partners with OmniClouds to provide customers SD-WAN services

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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Moro Hub, a subsidiary of Digital DEWA, the digital arm of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), has signed a Software-defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) Managed Service Provider (MSP) agreement with OmniClouds, a leading technology startup in the cloud service provider (CSP) space and migrator for the Middle East region.

The signing ceremony took place at GITEX Technology Week at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC), in the presence of Mr. Mohammad Bin Sulaiman, CEO of Moro Hub and Mr. Amr Eid, CEO and Board member of OmniClouds.

OmniClouds will offer a variety of SD-WAN services and solutions, including cloud migration, connectivity, and security managed services, allowing companies to transition from traditional internet connectivity models to modern, cloud-based network infrastructures with ease. The goal of this collaboration is to provide improved cloud connectivity to Moro Hub’s enterprise customers in the UAE and beyond.

Mohammad Bin Sulaimana
Mohammad Bin Sulaiman
CEO – Moro Hub

“We are committed to our objective of enhancing our customer’s digital transformation journey and this partnership is a testament to that. Our association will empower the region’s enterprises to help businesses cost-effectively connect to multiple cloud providers, as well as ensure effective operations.”

Mr. Eid said that “Our partnership with Moro Hub plays an integral role in supporting the digital transformation journey of the Middle East. Through this strategic partnership, OmniClouds aims to provide the state-of-the-art SDWAN as a Service platform where enterprises can leverage and achieve enhanced performance agility and cost optimization without compromising security and reliability.”

OmniClouds’ hybrid platform helps in reducing costs and complications by connecting its enterprise customers’ data centers, headquarters and branch operations and remote users to multiple public and private clouds.

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