Moro Hub, a subsidiary of Digital DEWA, the digital arm of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (PJSC), signed a collaboration with Cloud4C, a multi-cloud hosting and managed services provider, to host the latter’s SAP RISE and Managed Services customers in Moro Hub MBR Solar Park Green Data Center. As part of the alliance, Cloud4C will deliver automation-driven cloud migration, managed services, SAP services via its Center of Excellence-led hybrid delivery model, along with DC assessments to Moro Hub’s customers.
The agreement was signed between Marwan bin Haidar, Vice Chairman – Digital & Group CEO of Digital DEWA and Sridhar Pinnapureddy, Chairman of CtrlS and Cloud4C. In line with the agreement, Cloud4C will host its services in Moro Hub’s newly launched largest solar-powered data center as per the Guinness Book of World Records at Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park, the largest single-site solar park in the world. The collaboration will enable public and private companies in the UAE to fast-track digital evolution on cloud.
“The UAE is witnessing a digital wave, and Moro Hub is committed to enable businesses in the country with groundbreaking solutions that are flexible, agile and scalable. This partnership with Cloud4C will help organizations adapt easily to digital transformation making the process risk-proof, fast and reliable. In addition, businesses will be able to drive their operations seamlessly, helping them be future ready. Moro Hub’s largest solar-powered data centre is a reflection of our commitment to accelerate the sustainability journey in the UAE. While Moro Hub has always been a frontrunner in promoting digital transformation and sustainability, the upcoming Conference of Parties (COP 28), to be hosted by the UAE, is another stimulus for the company to enhance and accelerate its integrated solutions to help organisations and enterprises achieve their net zero goals seamlessly. This goes in line with our relentless efforts and continuous strive to drive Dubai’s pioneering position as the capital of the green economy in the world,” said Marwan bin Haidar, Vice Chairman – Digital & Group CEO of Digital DEWA.
In accordance with the agreement, Cloud4C solutions deployed at Moro Hub’s data center will offer forward-thinking businesses with native hybrid cloud environments and top-notch security, Cloud4C’s 25 Centers of Excellence dedicated to specialized cloud and technology verticals would aid firms with super-agile, well architected migrations and automation-led, AIOps-driven fully managed services end-to-end. It would also serve as a robust foundation for businesses willing to script their transformations on hybrid cloud or for organizations looking to host, modernize their mission-critical SAP landscapes with agile cloud solutions.
Moro Hub’s green data center will witness a host of ground-breaking solutions including the latest in Internet of Things (IoT), Cybersecurity, Digital Twin Technologies, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cyber Recovery as a Service, Consulting & Professional Services, Managed Services, Residency Services, Network as a Service, Moro Open Cloud, and more.
“It is a pleasure to associate with Moro Hub’s largest solar-powered data center. As a multi-cloud migration and managed services provider, we ensure businesses in highly regulated industries such as the public sector, can digitally transform and adopt next-gen technologies without risk. This partnership marks the beginning of a new era for enterprises in the country to avail cloud solutions that will drive breakthrough operations, customer service excellence, and continuous growth while being resilient for the long-term.,” said Sridhar Pinnapureddy, Chairman of CtrlS and Cloud4C.