Moro Hub join hands with Intel Corporation to accelerate the digital transformation through its Green Data Centre

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Moro Hub (Data Hub Integrated Solutions LLC), a subsidiary of Digital DEWA, the digital arm of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Intel Corporation to advance collaboration in implementing and accelerating digital transformation initiatives at Moro Hub’s Green Data Centre -the first Certified Tier III Data Centre in the Middle East.

The agreement was signed between Eng. Marwan Bin Haidar, Vice Chairman and Group CEO of Digital DEWA and Taha Khalifa, Territory Client Computing Director at Intel EMEA.

The MoU will strengthen Moro Hub’s IT and technology investments and enhance the concepts and initiatives in smart solutions. The key focus areas of the MoU include multi-cloud infrastructure, analytics platforms, smart cities, video surveillance, green data centre, and other IoT use cases.

“Moro Hub’s initiatives are driven in accordance with the guidelines of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai which aims to make the UAE a hub for Circular Economy. This MoU contributes to our endeavours to make the Green Data Centre the world’s best and sustainable platform for future tech.  As a 10X enabler, Moro Hub has always underlined the importance of strategic partnerships. Through this collaboration with Intel Corporation, our goal is to exchange knowledge, share experiences, and deploy impactful strategies that will cement our position as key technology experts locally and globally.said Marwan Bin Haidar.

The MoU follows Moro Hub’s initiatives to optimise collaborative solutions on Intel’s architecture and enable the company to benefit from Intel’s innovative offerings.

“We are thrilled to collaborate with Moro Hub to accelerate the digital initiatives at their Green Data Centre. Moro Hub is a leading technology provider and partnering with them is an opportunity to maximise our expertise and further empower the use of our advanced solutions.  We are confident that this joint effort will further accelerate the development of the UAE’s evolving digital economy,” said Mr Taha Khalifa, Territory Client Computing Director at Intel EMEA.

Intel will strengthen its cooperation with Moro Hub by sharing best practices and reference architectures from its key customers and partners; providing strategic information on future products and solution roadmaps; conducting workshops and trainings on advanced technology pertaining to its next-generation products and services.

Posted on Wednesday, June 23, 2021)

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