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stc to Offer Sovereign Cloud Services in Saudi Arabia with Oracle Alloy

Saudi ArabiaApril 23, 2024

Saudi Telecom Company (stc), one of the largest ICT service providers in the Middle East, will make sovereign cloud services available in Saudi Arabia with Oracle Alloy.

With Oracle Alloy, a complete infrastructure platform that enables organizations to become cloud providers, stc will extend its cloud services business by offering more than 100 Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services to public sector and enterprise customers in Saudi Arabia. stc will run these services from data centers located in the country, enabling customers to migrate their systems more quickly to the cloud while offering features to support data residency and data sovereignty requirements.

With these new capabilities, stc will be able to capitalize on the business opportunities, scale, and performance of the cloud, and innovate at the speed of hyperscale cloud providers.

Cloud adoption in Saudi Arabia is growing at a rapid pace, with organizations across the private and public sectors looking to deploy new technologies such as AI to boost growth, resilience, and innovation. Oracle Alloy complements stc’s portfolio of digital and telecoms services with comprehensive public cloud capabilities that will enable it to respond nimbly to customer demand with services that it can tailor for the unique requirements of the Saudi market.

Oracle Alloy is a key component of Oracle’s distributed cloud strategy, which aims to give partners and customers more choice in how they build, deploy, and operate cloud services. It functions as a full cloud region that Oracle supports and updates with new features as they become available in other Oracle public cloud regions around the world, benefitting from continuous hyperscaler innovation for local and sovereign needs. Oracle Alloy is simple to deploy and enables partners to fully control the commercial and customer experience, and extend it to address their specific market needs.

Visit Oracle’s website to learn more about Oracle Alloy and Oracle’s Distributed Cloud capabilities.