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OmniClouds has signed a strategic partnership with Infonas Telecom, the Bahrain-based global telecom carrier, and ICT provider. Through this partnership, Infonas will provide SD-WAN services to enterprises in Bahrain using a virtualized service platform provided by OmniClouds.

“As more and more enterprises adopt a cloud or multi-cloud approach, SD-WAN becomes the natural choice for providers to leverage cloud and IoT driven applications securely and fast,” said Amr A Eid, Chief Executive Officer, and Board Member, OmniClouds, “We are the trusted platform for enterprise customers in the Middle East and Africa region to enable their cloud migration and adoption journey. The OmniClouds hybrid platform with our native partners and the MSP model plays a critical role in seamlessly enterprises with their move to the cloud by simplifying the operations and providing security and assurance they need for such a critical part of their business. We firmly believe expansion through partners as a key success to cloud adoption in this shared economy era, creating value for all the ecosystem.  Our partnership with Infonas will empower enterprises to reap the benefits of their cloud investments and drive a business-first model.”

The improved connectivity will allow enterprises to seamlessly transform their global network into an automated, programmable SD-WAN using Nuage technology. Software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) technology is the next-generation network technology that offers carriers flexibility, end-to-end control and uninterrupted connectivity to services. It is emerging as a networking approach that delivers multiple performance and cost benefits, including end-to-end network visibility and feedback to improve transmission efficiencies on the fly.

“Infonas and OmniCouds together are committed to helping enterprises in their digital transformation journey,” said Hamad Al- Amer, Board Member and Managing Director at Infonas WLL. “Our partnership with OmniClouds will enable enterprises in Bahrain to connect efficiently to multiple cloud providers such as Amazon, Microsoft, IBM Softlayer, Google Cloud Platform, as well as benefit from Zero-touch Provisioning, Managed Security, and guaranteed SLA. This is the right time for end-users to think beyond the legacy methods of doing things.”

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