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stc’s MENA Hub to build infrastructure with Greek telecom TSSA

stc’s MENA Hub to build infrastructure with Greek telecom TSSA

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stc expands complete digital eco-system with cable to EU.

stc group’s MENA Hub is to build the East to Med Data Corridor (EMC) undersea and land fibre-optic data cable that will link Europe with Asia, with Greek partners.

stc’s MENA Hub with this new project shows the nature of its ambition to provide ever-increasing global connectivity and data centre capacity to the markets of Asia, Europe and the rest of the world through Saudi Arabia which sits at the geographic heart of these key economies.

This is another illustration of the increasing scale, scope and pace of stc group’s transformation as a digital company and as it builds out a world-leading complete digital ecosystem.

As the world accelerates towards increasing digital connectivity of businesses, it is essential they can offer all technological aspects for the benefit of the customers and clients they serve.

That is why stc has also developed separate but connected IoT businesses to facilitate the analysis and implementation of greater efficiency and effectiveness of multiple operations to run multi-billion dollar manufacturing or logistics facilities.

stc’s investments in cloud computing and data centres provides the capacity for the ever-increasing analysis and storage of data as we head towards the world of quantum computing.

With increasing digital connectivity comes the need to protect businesses and companies. sirar, stc’s cybersecurity arm, with access to and comprehension of the complete eco-system which stc has created, is ideally placed to handle and address these current and future requirements as they arise.

Only by owning, combining, integrating and co-ordinating every aspect of the digital world, can stc offer the end-to-end solution and latency, effectiveness and efficiency that tomorrow’s businesses and customers demand.

“This important signing represents another validation of the execution of our DARE2.0 strategy as we build out our complete digital ecosystem at expanding scope, increasing scale and accelerating pace,” said the Group CEO, Eng. Olayan Mohammed Al Wetaid.

“We are pleased to be building out even further our integrated system for the benefit of our clients and customers, as we look to further establish our digital credentials and contribute to Vision 2030 and become a leading digital company and regional digital hub linking three continents.”

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