Telecom Egypt has partnered with IBM and Red Hat for its digital transformation as it works on reinventing its infrastructure as part of its growth strategy. The telco said it intends to develop an open, hybrid cloud strategy based on IBM and Red Hat technology, using IBM Cloud Pak for Automation built on Red Hat OpenShift, to enable new digital services. Further IBM provided designed, built and project management services for Egypt's largest international data center, in late 2020.
“As part of Telecom Egypt’s strategy to modernize infrastructure and provide customers with the highest level of capabilities, we turned to IBM as our preferred partner to help us accelerate our digital transformation journey.Due to the increased pressure on our network throughout Egypt during this critical time, we implemented IBM Cloud Pak for Automation to accelerate our networks performance and provide our customers with reliable services,” stated Adel Hamed, CEO of Telecom Egypt.
The telecom industry is transforming as organizations look for new ways to modernize their operations through open, hybrid cloud technologies that enable them to build more resilient businesses and provide agile services to their clients. IBM’s work with Telecom Egypt will help speed the next chapter of their hybrid cloud journey with an open and secure cloud architecture that will deliver new value and greater digital advancement for both their core business and customers.