Ooredoo, the Sultanate’s digital partner of choice for businesses, has entered into a strategic partnership with the National Security Services Group (NSSG).
The Oman Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has held a workshop on accelerating the development of 5G connectivity in the Sultanate.
Fortinet has been chosen by Ooredoo Kuwait, a part of Ooredoo Group to deliver the region’s first secure SD-WAN managed service.
Ooredoo has recently hosted a digital transformation workshop for senior executives from the oil and gas industry.
Ooredoo has announced that it is expanding its Super Fibre home internet services to further deliver high speed internet to even more areas in the Sultanate.
Ooredoo has signed an agreement with the Ministry of Endowment and Religious Affairs to adopt and optimise artificial intelligence (AI) technologies for Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Ooredoo inaugurated their ‘App Factory,’ an integrated and collaborative platform to foster efficient design and development of new services in Ooredoo Oman App.
Ooredoo has announced that Home Broadband customers are now able to enjoy fast speeds, data rollover and the ease of being connected straight from the box, with their ‘available everywhere’ service
Ooredoo has recently shared an overview on the growing importance of smart cities in the Sultanate of Oman and its contribution to creating prosperous, economically diverse knowledge-based societies.
“The IoT platform is ready, and it is now up to the sectors to implement it as they want,” said Dr. Salim Al-Ruzaiqi, CEO of ITA.