Abu Dhabi Municipality selects Huawei as digitalization partner to deliver more reliable and efficient services to its customers
Abu Dhabi Municipality has selected Huawei, a principal international provider of information and communications technology (ICT) support and smart devices, as a companion to guide its digital conversion journey, in line with the UAE leadership’s vision to streamline duties and skills through striking tech steering at a sustainable and internationally driven economy.
Within its cooperation with Huawei, Abu Dhabi Municipality has extended a system arrangement of cutting-edge solutions, sustainably produced to reach the society’s digital needs today and tomorrow. Key produce driving Abu Dhabi Municipality’s digital conversion involve Huawei All-Flash Storage, and a Tier 4 Data Center – the most secure solutions designed by Huawei for the mission-critical duties of companies. Together, these answers will create a sound ecosystem to store and preserve all data, while improving the overall sense for Abu Dhabi Municipality employees and customers.
Abu Dhabi Municipality is striving towards fulfilling Smart solutions and advanced technologies that will give to the Emirate’s Strategic Plans and facilitate the digital transformation of Abu Dhabi through collaboration and fast Access to assistance and information. The extension of a Huawei data centre to its digital ecosystem will allow Abu Dhabi Municipality to improve fertility and better help its clients, guaranteeing business flow with higher reliability and proficiency. Huawei’s Tier 4 Data Center delivers high availability and high performance, with timely, centralized support and a modular form that reduces deployment time by 50 per cent.
Ahamd Abdulsamad Alhammadi - Acting Director of the technical planning department, Abu Dhabi Municipality, said: “Our digitalization journey with Huawei this far has changed our procedures, building more flexibility and support throughout the Municipality. We are conducted in our digitalization by the spirit of the UAE’s leadership to improve our alliance through technology. With state-of-the-art solutions and excellent customer service, Huawei has proved the ideal companion for us, and we are gratified to remain working with them.”
Dongyue Ouyang, Managing Director of Enterprise Business Group, Huawei UAE, said: “While digital change brings enormous advantages in terms of cutting costs, improving agility, and encouraging potency, going digital isn’t easy. There is a complete host of elements that companies need to be able to operate in a more centralized way, whether it’s including all sorts of new technology, combining mountains of data in all forms, or adapting end-to-end business methods and arrangements to the changes these bring.”
“We are accepted to extend our long-term cooperation with Abu Dhabi Municipality. Data is the most important asset of any company in our frequently united society. And by leveraging our room and data centre answers and servicing innovative business development, Abu Dhabi Municipality will proceed to safeguard its data, while also streamlining internal processes, whereby improving service experience across all touchpoints, elevates customers practices and offers to achieve the digital conversion journey targets of UAE and UAE Vision 2021” Ouyang added.
Together with its ecosystem partners, Huawei implements innovative technologies, goods, and solutions that help governments and enterprises build open, secure, flexible, and easy-to-use digital platforms. By enabling data integration, business collaboration, and rapid innovation, Huawei digital platforms pave the way for flourishing digital conversion. By the end of 2019, more than 700 cities and 228 Fortune Global companies have taken Huawei as their companion for digital transformation.
As digital conversion is stimulating, powered by developing technologies like 5G, AI, and cloud computing. Huawei anticipates this trend will soon drive the UAE digital market into a new phase of development. In particular, Cloud computing will see more extensive applications within data centres, quickly turning conventional data centres into cloud data centres across major economies. By 2025, 90% of computing load and 92% of storage within data centres will be done in cloud data centres. Cloud is set to become the key factor to drive the digital economy.