Ooredoo teams up with Dahua and Starlink for smart CCTV and IoT solutions

Marking a major new milestone in its digital leadership and transformation, Ooredoo has partnered with Dahua Technology, a specialist in smart IoT solutions, and Starlink, one of the outsource-managed services providers.

The partnership will be focused on delivering some of the key objectives of Oman’s 2040 Vision; connecting society through many ICT services, e.g. CCTV and IoT; assisting in large-scale infrastructure mega projects and smart cities to support economic development; and enhancing government performance with monitoring and support services that can help with traffic congestion, monitoring wildlife, tracking waste streams and boosting sales at retail outlets. To mark the occasion, over 250 people from across the ICT sector, including government officials, attended a ceremony at W Muscat.

Sultan Ahmed Al Wahaibi, chief business and wholesale officer at Ooredoo, says, “We continue to invest heavily in smart technologies that drive digital transformation and unlock new opportunities for development. By leveraging Dahua’s capabilities in smart IoT, we are able to enhance the customer experience and provide greater security for a variety of sectors including healthcare, energy, retail and e-commerce, manufacturing, media and entertainment, and government departments.”

Munera Al Dosari, chief executive officer of Starlink, says, “We are excited and proud of this tri-party partnership which will empower and bring forward Oman’s 2040 Vision. This is a historic step ahead which will enable the provision of high-tech security experiences for customers throughout Oman, in turn supporting a safer society and smarter living.”

Brant Shen, UAE group country manager at Dahua, adds, “We seek to cultivate partnerships with major companies that open up opportunities for transformative technologies for smarter and safer living. As a specialist in the technology field, Ooredoo can provide the Omani market with advanced solutions that meet the requirements of various sectors and carry out our commitment to providing ‘innovation for all’.”

The agreement elevates Ooredoo’s position as a technology provider within Oman, expanding its diverse range of digital services that benefit all sectors of the economy. Capitalising on its seamless network and customer-centric approach, Ooredoo offers businesses smart solutions to enhance their IT infrastructure, while keeping them connected, working and engaged every day. From cloud services to video conferencing, email collaboration suite, cloud storage and contact centre solutions, the company’s tailored solutions are shaped to transform businesses of all sizes and sectors, helping them achieve growth and contribute to Oman’s development.

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