UAEs du becomes MENAs first VMware Cloud verified provider

zawya | July 08, 2019

UAEs du becomes MENAs first VMware Cloud verified provider
Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Companys (EITC) du has become the first VMware Cloud verified provider in the MENA region. This accreditation strengthens dus ability to bolster the cloud computing business for government entities and enterprises in the UAE, according to a press release. Accordingly, du has become a certified global player along with other pioneer global verified cloud providers such as IBM, Fujitsu, and NEC, the Dubai-based telecom company noted.Andrew Ward, senior vice president ICT Products at du, said Gaining VMware certification is a badge of honour and one that boosts our credibility as a dependable enabler of cloud platform solutions. This not only validates our solutions and expertise; it enables us to futureproof our offerings to support further transformation and growth of our client partners in both the government and enterprise sectors.

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