Mobily ranked as the leader in hosting infrastructure services

Mobily has been at the forefront of the data center space in Saudi Arabia for many years.
Mobily's chief business and wholesale officer, Majed AlOtaibi
Mobily's chief business and wholesale officer, Majed AlOtaibi

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According to the latest report generated by global research company International Data Company (IDC), Mobily has been ranked 1st in hosting infrastructure service. It held 18.2 per cent of the market share in 2018. The IDC study presents the top 75 IT service providers in Saudi Arabia, including their market shares based on their respective performance in 2018. This anouncement showcases Mobily's investment in further accelerating the digital transformation ambitions of the country.

Mobily's chief business and wholesale officer, Majed AlOtaibi said "Building the cornerstone of digital transformation through next-gen infrastructure with trusted partners is going to be a vital part of Saudi Arabia’s transformation. Mobily has and will continue to support the digitization initiative, which is a key part of the National Transformation Program and the wider Vision 2030. Mobily's world class datacenter- and ecosystem-driven approach towards technology will play a key role in offering services to its customers in order to realize their business goals and help build a stronger economy for the kingdom."

Mobily has been at the forefront of the data center space in Saudi Arabia for many years. It owns and operates a number of data centers across the country including the Tier IV rater Malga, which was the first to receive the highest level of certification awarded to any data center in Sadia Arabia.

Mobily also owns two other Tier III rated data centers, once each in Dammam and Jeddah. These enjoy the highest certification class of operational sustainability. In addition to this, Mobily offers co-location, managed services, enterprise class cloud and other leading IoT services.

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