ADIB signs major deal with du for co-location services

du operates three data centre facilities in Dubai and Abu Dhabi
ADIB signs major deal with du for co-location services, COLOCATION, Du

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Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB) has selected UAE-based telecommunications service provider, du, to deliver opex-driven co-location services in the UAE.

“Our data centre and managed services are designed to enable rapid growth. We give our customers all of the infrastructure they need to develop their ICT services in the long term and maximise its potential in their businesses. As ADIB positions itself as a leading financial institution in the Middle East, we are ready to support it with infrastructure and managed services that make it simple and easy to grow,” said Fahad Al Hassawi, chief commercial officer, du.

Du operates three data centre facilities in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. These facilities provide redundancy across the UAE with high performance and highly secure networks to support mission-critical applications and services.

“In a market that is constantly changing, we believe du has the infrastructure and expertise to be continually evolving and adapting to our changing demands. We were impressed by du’s vision for co-location, cloud and the communications market and its ability to scale its offering to our growing demands. Its unique proposition and opex-driven model ensures that du will remain a trusted partner throughout our decade-long agreement,” said Sagheer Mufti, chief operating officer at ADIB. ADIB is heavily investing in its digital platforms.

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