Neostratus eyes cloud services growth in MEA

Neostratus and Orixcom ink deal to bring cloud enablement services to MEA

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Neostratus eyes cloud services growth in MEA Left to right: Tamas Soos, CEO of Neostratus, Andrew Grenville, CEO of Orixcom and Viktor Kovacs, founder & CCO of Neostratus.
By  Roger Field Published  March 19, 2013

Neostratus, a cloud enabler based in Hungary, plans to expand in the Middle East and Africa after signing a deal with Orixcom to create a cloud hub in Dubai to serve the MEA region.

Through the partnership with Orixcom, a Dubai-based data exchange specialist, Neostratus will create a "localised hub of cloud services" to serve companies including telecom operators in the region.

Neostratus said that its aim is to provide cloud services with fast time-to-market and easy-to-deploy cloud brokerage models for telcos and systems integrators in the region.

The MEA cloud hub will allow partners to offer a branded range of cloud services from IaaS to SaaS, hosted within the region and localised to provide customers with the assurance that their services are delivered by trusted brands.

Christian Hess, business development director at Neostratus, said that he sees significant potential for the growth of cloud services in the MEA region: "Business dynamics and economic growth combined with strong potential in the fast developing SME market drive the need for cloud services in the Gulf region and highlight the untapped opportunity to offer integrated solutions," he said.

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