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BT launches Cloud Compute in Saudi Arabia

Cloud services offering will help businesses to deploy new solutions

BT launches Cloud Compute in Saudi Arabia
BT Cloud Compute provides a reliable and trusted platform for cloud offerings, says El-Kabbany.

BT has launched its Cloud Compute service in Saudi Arabia, to deliver tailored data centre infrastructure-as-a-service solutions to the Kingdom.

The Cloud Compute service allows companies to build ‘pay as you go' cloud solutions based in BT data centres, with high levels of quality, security and service delivered from BT.

The launch in Saudi will improve services for local customers, BT said, and will also help them comply with regulatory requirements by giving them control over where to host sensitive data.

Wael El-Kabbany, managing director, Middle East and North Africa, BT Global Services, said: "The challenge for today's companies is to act quickly and in a secure way. BT Cloud Compute is about much more than technology; it's about the reliable, trusted, assured service we offer. Cloud Compute delivers more speed and agility, Cloud flexibility and scalability, enhanced service levels, greater environmental efficiency, enterprise class security and less risk. Our customers appreciate in particular BT's combination of global reach and local presence."

The service is now available in 18 countries in Europe, the Americas, the Middle East and Africa and Asia Pacific.

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