Red Hat announced the signing of a distribution agreement with Ingram Micro to offer Ansible, Open Source, Open Shift, and Cloud solutions to enterprises across the Middle East and Africa (MEA) as they continue to operate remotely during this period. Covering all Gulf and Levant countries, in addition to Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia, the partnership guarantees the provision of products that will contribute toward Automation, IT Optimization, Digital Transformation, and Cloud-Native development within the financial, public, healthcare, and telecommunications sectors.

Read more: Red Hat and Ingram Micro sign distribution deal for MEA

In response to widespread social isolation measures to combat COVID-19, NetFoundry CEO and Founder, Galeal Zino, has announced radical moves to provide essential services with exceptionally secure, high performance networking for their remote staff. The company is offering charitable organisations, schools, universities, hospitals, medical professionals and law enforcement agencies complimentary use of their Cloud Native Networking Platform for at least three months.

Read more: NetFoundry commits to critical services during lockdown

Red Hat, Inc., the world's leading provider of open source solutions, has announced new offerings to help organizations of all sizes and industries optimize, scale or simply protect IT operations in the face of shifting global dynamics.

Read more: Red Hat accelerates open hybrid cloud technologies to meet customer needs

Instead of going with cloud giants Amazon or Microsoft, Zoom announced it had picked Oracle as a cloud infrastructure partner to support its rapid growth and evolving business needs as the enterprise video communications company continues to innovate and provide an essential service to its extensive customer base.

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Following the award of the fixed voice license by CITC in April 2019, Integrated Telecom Company (ITC), a leader in information and communications technology services announced the launch of the fixed telecom services offering voice and unified communication services (UC) based on a cutting-edge cloud solution in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Read more: ITC launches fixed and unified telecom services

CommScope has announced RUCKUS Analytics, a new cloud service that delivers network intelligence and simplifies service assurance, enabling organizations with complex networks to proactively improve their users’ experience.

Read more: CommScope launches state-of-the-art RUCKUS Analytics service to improve user experience

Batelco, the leading digital solutions provider in the Kingdom of Bahrain, announced the launch of its ‘SmartConnect’ service on SD-WAN 2.0 technology, with the aim of supporting cloud connectivity, automation and digital transformation services for Batelco’s Bahrain based and international enterprise customers. Batelco will complement its existing business services by providing customers with simplified management of, and dynamic support for, traditional connectivity, cloud and IoT applications. This development follows the signing of an agreement between Batelco and Nokia during GITEX last year.

Read more: Bahrain’s Batelco launches new service with SD-WAN 2.0 technology

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