Posted on June 28, 2015

More and more businesses in Qatar are deploying services at Ooredoo Data Centres, as the pace of automation and the deployment of cloud services increases across the country.

To ensure that companies are aware of the opportunities provided by Ooredoo, the company held a special open day at its most advanced facility, the QDC5 at Mesaimeer, for specially-invited members of the business community. It provided an opportunity to see first-hand how Ooredoo delivers a full range of world-class hosted services. The tour provided an overview of services that are available at Ooredoo Data Centres, including hosting and co-location, data storage and backup, business continuity and disaster recovery, Internet and network connectivity, infrastructure monitoring and management (managed services) and managed security services.

Demand for data centre support is increasing significantly in Qatar, as more companies offer digital services. In particular, organisations in the government, hospitality, healthcare and service sectors are all managing an exponentially-expanding volume of data generated by the launch of such services, requiring the support of a professionally-managed data centre. The Ooredoo Data Centres are some of the most advanced in the region, with an official ISO 22301 Certification – Business Continuity Management Systems (BCMS) accreditation that positions them as global leaders in Data Availability, Resiliency and Disaster Recovery.

Customers wishing to learn more about Ooredoo’s portfolio of innovative business solutions can contact the business team on 800 8000 or visit