May 23, 2024

Orange Egypt Partners With Huawei To Launch HCS In Egypt

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Orange Egypt and Huawei forge a strategic partnership to launch Huawei Cloud Services in the Egyptian Market for the first time ever.
Hesham Mahran, Chief Business Officer at Orange Egypt, and Mohamed Youssef, Key Account Executive at Huawei, signing the agreement. Image Courtesy: Huawei

Orange Egypt, the leading provider of integrated telecommunications services, and Huawei, the leading global provider of ICT infrastructure and smart devices, announced a strategic partnership to launch Huawei Cloud Services (HCS) for the first time in the Egyptian market.

This partnership marks a huge milestone in the Egyptian technology sector and underscores Orange’s commitment to driving digital transformation by offering cutting-edge cloud computing solutions to businesses and individuals in Egypt through collaborations with global industry leaders.

Industry sources added that through this collaboration, Huawei Cloud will offer a comprehensive range of cloud computing services, like infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and software as a service (SaaS), to meet the diverse requirements of businesses of all sizes and industries, and boosting the organizations to have a smart, secure, and innovative infrastructure and cloud services.

In this context, Mr. Hesham Mahran, Chief Business Officer at Orange Egypt, stated: “Orange’s latest partnership with Huawei comes in line with the renewal of the current agreement between the two parties in providing Orange Business Cloud solutions, which has been a great success in the market where Orange Egypt was awarded” the Best Regional Cloud Services Provider Award for 2022.”

Mr. Mohamed Youssef, Key Account Executive at Huawei, stated: “We are proud of our strategic partnership with Orange to launch the cloud services. This long-standing partnership with Orange, comes after the two companies have achieved several successful projects in Egypt spanning more than 20 years.”

Mr. Mohamed Youssef added “We look forward to Huawei Cloud revolutionizing Orange’s efforts in digital transformation through our latest technologies and global expertise, it will also significantly support our strategic direction in fostering cloud growth opportunities in Egypt.”

The partnership also displays that Orange will offer and operate integrated services in the cloud computing sector and data centers, which will contribute to offering the clients professional services through Huawei Cloud platforms and Orange Business Cloud.

Additionally, this partnership boosts Orange’s technology capabilities in the field of data center services which has become Egypt’s leader, following the inauguration of the tech giant’s data center in the New Administrative Capital.

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