Zain announces expanded cloud offerings with Oracle FastConnect

Zain Group is a gold level member of the Oracle Partner Network.
Henri Kassab of Zain
Henri Kassab of Zain

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Zain Group, a gold level member of the Oracle Partner Network (OPN) announced it will offer dedicated and private access to Oracle Cloud through Oracle Cloud Infrastructure FastConnect. This makes it one of the first mobile operators in Kuwait to receive this accreditation.

The telco can now connect customers directly with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure including to applications such as compute, storage and content delivery, databases and other services. The collaboration strengthens Zain's own cloud-based activities which allow customers to connect their data centers to Oracle's Cloud over Zain's international MPLS network with dedicated bandwidth options.

Zain Cloud Connect is an innovative platform that connects customers and different cloud service providers in a simple and cost-effective way. And subsequently, it may allow customers to build flexible and scalable hybrid cloud-based solutions. Connecting directly to the Oracle Cloud through Oracle FastConnect may enable a fast, private connection to the industry's broadest and most integrated cloud platform, with a complete range of services.

Today, Oracle is the only company delivering a complete and integrated set of cloud services and building intelligence into every layer of the cloud. With Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, customers benefit from the best-in-class security, consistent high performance and the tools and expertise needed to bring enterprise workloads to cloud quickly and efficiently.

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