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Huawei to invest $15 mn in the Middle East cloud computing program

The project is titled Cloud Oasis Program and will assist 3000 experts in the region

Huawei, a leading global provider of information and communications technology has invested $15 million in the Middle East over the next three years in the newly-unveiled Huawei Cloud Oasis program which will accelerate the the development of technology enterprises and ecosystems in the Middle East and support over 3000 experts in the region, according to media reports.

The cloud computing program was launched during the second edition of the Huawei Cloud Summit that was held virtually on September 15, 2021. The annual event connects business leaders, industry visionaries, and Huawei partners with these to build a more dynamic and sustainable ecosystem for collaboration.

In recent years, many countries across the region have witnessed an acceleration in cloud adoption and investment. Putting Huawei’s 30-plus years of expertise in ICT solutions, Huawei Cloud is currently a leading cloud service provider globally that provides reliable, secure, and cost-effective services.

The project has set a target to empower more than 100 small to medium enterprises (SMEs) to develop their cloud capabilities and will also support more than 100 marketing events during this period to help cultivate a thriving cloud ecosystem within the business community.

Eric Wan, VP of Cloud Marketing, Ecosystem & Partner Development at Huawei Middle East told the media, “Since launching HUAWEI CLOUD, we have sought to nurture a localized, innovative cloud ecosystem in all the markets where we operate. The HUAWEI CLOUD Oasis Program will thus provide truly unique and rewarding offerings to local businesses, while safeguarding the region’s digital future through extensive training opportunities in the cloud arena. By empowering more partners to succeed, together we can cultivate an even stronger technology ecosystem in the Middle East.”

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