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Through the partnership between Huawei and Bespin Global, HUAWEI CLOUD will provide ubiquitous cloud and intelligence to Middle East enterprises.

Since 2019, Bespin Global has been HUAWEI CLOUD's strategic system integration partner globally. Under this new agreement, the companies are now extending their partnership to the Middle East, combining their capabilities to better serve the thriving Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) cloud market.

Omar Akar, managing director and VP of Cloud and AI Business Group, Huawei Middle East, commented: "Our strategic partnership with Bespin Global will enable HUAWEI CLOUD to provide our Middle East clients with value-added services with the highest levels of performance, economic efficiency, security, support and cloud management. Huawei is the world's fastest-growing major cloud service provider, and with our alliance with Bespin Global, we are now better positioned to meet the growing demands of our regional customers."

Bespin Global’s professional services delivery capabilities, coupled with their multi-cloud management platform “OpsNow”, will play a strategic role in delivering the highest quality experience for Huawei Cloud’s customers. Thus, enterprises across the Middle East can manage all of their public cloud infrastructures in one place as well as ensure agility by solving organizational challenges quickly and easily.

Mouteih Chaghlil, CEO, Middle East & Africa, Bespin Global, said: "We are pleased that our partnership alliance with Huawei is extended to the Middle East and includes HUAWEI CLOUD which will further empower enterprises across the region. The transformation businesses have experienced in the past year has opened the options for more agile and flexible infrastructure including multi-cloud solutions. Our partnership with HUAWEI CLOUD allows us to better serve our customers and fulfill the long-term strategic visions of governments across the region by further enabling digital transformation across industries.” 

According to International Data Corporation (IDC), the GCC public cloud market is expected to reach $2.35 billion by 2024 at a cumulative annual growth rate (CAGR) of 25 percent. In line with the growing demand for cloud services across the region, Huawei launched its cloud service in the Middle East in 2020 to provide ubiquitous cloud and intelligence for smart public services, smart enterprise development, and smart city governance, among others.

By and large, HUAWEI CLOUD has launched more than 220 cloud services and 210 solutions, working together with more than 19,000 partners and 1.6 million developers. Accordingly, the Cloud and AI Business Group further strengthens Huawei's position as a partner of choice in enabling enterprises' digital transformation journeys.

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