Batelco launches DIS for businesses

Solutions aims to support businesses efforts of process automation
Batelco launches DIS for businesses

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Batelco has launched its Datacentre Infrastructure Solutions (DIS). DIS is designed to serve businesses requiring Information Communication Technology (ICT) solutions to support their efforts of process automation, as the company reports.

The introduction of DIS expands Batelco’s existing ICT product portfolio.

According to the operator, its Datacentre Infrastructure Solutions are built and run by industry experts and guarantee businesses the most efficient setup and lowest TCO.

Batelco’s enterprise division general manager Adel Al-Daylami said that the operator understands the requirements of enterprise businesses and with the launch of the Datacentre Infrastructure Solutions, addresses such key market needs of cost-effectiveness, scalability and reliability.

“Our solutions ensure optimum deployment speed in the most cost-effective manner enabling organizations to respond to future changes effectively and efficiently,” Al-Daylami added.

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