Ooredoo Data Center secures World Economic Magazine’s recognition

By Amirtha P S, Desk Reporter
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Qatar-based multinational telecommunications company, Ooredoo has been named as the “Best Network Readiness – Data Centre services Oman 2021” at the US-based World Economic Magazine Awards.

The prestigious global accolade is a recognition of Ooredoo’s leading technology services and infrastructure as well as for the firm’s support of Vision 2040 which set the aim to become a knowledge-based and technologically advanced society.

The award highlights the recent opening of Ooredoo’s newest and most advanced data center. The 7,000 square meter facility, which was officially completed last month, represents a major breakthrough for hosting and data processing in Oman and is set up to support the telecoms company’s growing 5G capabilities.

Dr. Ahmed Abdullah Al Abri
Dr. Ahmed Abdullah Al Abri
Chief Technology & Information Officer

“We’re honored to have won this award, which builds on the excitement of launching our state-of-the-art data center. As data experience leaders, it is the backbone of our digital transformation, allowing us to keep up with the evolving digital requirements of people and companies in Oman.”

The World Economic Magazine Award which aims to highlight and acknowledge the spirit of industry disruptors across the global financial marketplace, honors the efficacy of both B2B and B2C businesses as well as thought leaders as they redefine their values to sustain in the current dynamic innovation economy.

Over the past few years, Ooredoo has received a string of awards, including Gold Stevie Awards for Innovative Use of Technology in Customer Service, and Innovation in Technology Management, Planning & Implementation, a testament to its continued efforts to transform Oman’s communications landscape, while providing its customers with the latest technologies to enrich their digital lives.

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