Vodafone Qatar, the country’s leading telecom service provider, has announced that it was the official technology provider of the Microsoft Cloud Datacenter Region in Qatar’s launch event.
Vodafone and Microsoft have also entered into a partnership that aims to promote the development of innovative solutions that contribute to the digital transformation of the local market, positioning Qatar among the digital leaders of the world.
The datacentre region delivers hundreds of scalable, highly available, and resilient cloud services that empower government entities, organizations, public and private enterprises, and developers to accelerate their digital transformation journeys.
Furthermore, it connects Qatar to the largest cloud infrastructure network in the world, providing unprecedented growth and scale for Microsoft customers and partners in the country.
“Through our longstanding partnership with Microsoft, we are proud to be part of such an important event for the technology sector in our market and the wider region, in advancing enterprise cloud adoption and industry 4.0 use-cases. Similar to Microsoft, innovation lies at the heart of our business, and together we can deliver cutting-edge technologies and exciting opportunities for businesses to drive economic growth, develop our workforces and support the development of Qatar as a hub for innovation in a global context.”
The Microsoft cloud datacenter region in Qatar joins the world’s largest cloud infrastructure footprint, significantly enhancing Qatar’s competitiveness on a global and regional level in line with Qatar National Vision 2030 and increasing the country’s position as a leader in the digital era.
The Microsoft cloud datacentre region delivers unprecedented opportunities for the Microsoft partner ecosystem to unlock new revenue streams, innovate groundbreaking solutions and drive digital transformation for customers across organizations and industries in Qatar.