Neostratus signs strategic partnership agreement in Middle East

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Neostratus, the telco cloud enabler, has announced the signing of its first strategic partnership agreement in the Middle East and Africa with telecommunications company Orixcom. 

Orixcom is the first operator offering next generation international connectivity, data centre and exchange services in the Middle East. Leveraging extensive local, regional and international experience the company enables convenient, fast and flexible connection to, from, and around the region. With physical network infrastructure and presence based in Dubai, Orixcom is strongly positioned to support Neostratus in serving the cloud enabler’s growing customer base in the region, creating a localized hub of cloud services.
Orixcom connects global and multinational businesses and networks to the Middle East and Africa, fuelling business growth in this dynamic region by simplifying customers’ business decisions and lowering their market entry risk. The company initially offers its customers a suite of services such as global Ethernet, IP transit, IP exchange, connection to UAE-IX, collocation and virtual POP (point of presence). The combination of Orixcom’s existing services and local expertise with Neostratus’ leading technology and cloud enablement capabilities provides a new and innovative proposition for the Middle East and Africa that will increase productivity and improve agility for businesses in the area.

 

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