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OGERO signs MoU with Dell Technologies to advance their digital infrastructure

Oct 10

OGERO signs MoU with Dell Technologies to advance their digital infrastructure

NNA - OGERO, the leading telecommunications provider in Lebanon, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Dell Technologies that will enable them to further enhance their technological capabilities with the aim of enhancing customer experience and driving down costs within the telecommunications industry.

The partnership with Dell Technologies will enable Ogero to implement state-of-the-art, reliable, secure and adaptable solutions that will fuel Lebanon's digital connectivity and infrastructure.
The MoU was signed by Imad Kreidieh, Chairman and CEO, OGERO and Mohammed Amin, Senior Vice-President, Middle East, Russia, Africa and Turkey (MERAT) at Dell Technologies in the presence of senior representatives from both organizations.

Since being founded in 1972, OGERO has constantly been innovating to meet the ever-evolving needs of its customers. In fact, it has established itself as being the trusted, go-to option for all telecom networks that include Mobile Operators, Data Service Providers (DSPs), Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and more within the country of Lebanon. It is also constantly innovating to improve and expand its portfolio to include voice and data services primarily based on Fiber (FTTx).

Today however, success for an organization is determined by being able to deliver a differentiated product or service to the market either by implementing a capability that nobody else offers or the speed with which one can offer it.

The MoU signed between the two organizations will now have them work to implement a significant cloud project that will host their workload as well as those from their affiliates. The solutions offered by Dell Technologies will enable OGERO to become more agile to operate and capitalize on the opportunities that will present themselves in any market condition particularly in today's day and age when customers expect to get what they want instantly.

Furthermore, both Dell Technologies and OGERO will collaborate to understand the unique requirements and objectives of the company, its customers and the Lebanese government in order to lay the foundation on which a thriving and sustainable economy can be built.

Imad Kreidieh, Chairman and CEO, OGERO, said:
'At OGERO, we believe in providing exceptional services and solutions to our valued customers. We live in an era where technology is rapidly evolving both our capabilities and in turn our demand. It is therefore imperative for us to be agile and respond to the needs and wants of our customers in a quick and efficient manner. We are extremely pleased to strengthen our existing relationship with Dell Technologies and further empower our processes to become valued providers of the most exceptional telecommunication services both in Lebanon and across the region.'


Mohammed Amin, Senior Vice President, Middle East, Russia, Africa and Turkey at Dell Technologies said:
'OGERO is one of the most respected and progressive telecommunications companies in the region. Having a brand like OGERO choose Dell Technologies as their partner of choice, reflects our shared ambitions to grow and strengthen Lebanon's digital economy. We look forward to supporting OGERO as they continue to evolve their technology infrastructure and showcase how they are using advanced solutions to mark a new phase for digital transformation in the country.'

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