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Ooredoo Oman and Huawei sign new managed services contract

29 Sep 2021

Ooredoo Oman and Huawei have announced the signing of a three-year contract for ICT and telecoms managed services, starting from 1 January 2022, reports Zawya. The contract, which extends a five-year relationship between the two parties, will see Huawei provide operations and maintenance as well as network performance management services for Ooredoo, the Sultanate’s second largest mobile network operator (MNO) by subscriptions.

‘Our industry is changing faster than ever before, and by working with industry leaders like Huawei we are making sure we stay ahead of the curve. Our partnership, which began in 2012, will focus on optimising our digital operations using state-of-the-art artificial intelligence and machine learning-based technologies and tools,’ said Dr. Ahmed Abdullah Al Abri, Chief Technology and Information Officer at Ooredoo, adding: ‘As we continue to accelerate our digital transformation and supporting the Sultanate’s 2040 Vision, we look forward to launching even more innovative services to enrich our customers’ digital lives.’

Oman, Huawei Technologies, Ooredoo Oman

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