Tencent Cloud and Orange Middle East Africa enter into a strategic partnership

Technology Author: EqualOcean News Mar 05, 2024 03:55 PM (GMT+8)

During the Mobile World Congress (MWC), Tencent Cloud and Orange Middle East Africa (OMEA), a leading global telecom operator, entered into a strategic partnership. With Tencent Cloud's Small Program Platform (TCMPP), OMEA will build the super app Max It to serve users in the Middle East and Africa region.

In addition, Tencent Cloud will work with OMEA to provide support to local startups, merchants, content creators and others to help them develop small programs that meet local market needs. This will not only help promote technological innovation in the Middle East and Africa, but also create more local employment opportunities and economic growth points.

Tencent Cloud is a cloud computing brand built by Tencent Group, providing globally leading cloud computing, big data, artificial intelligence and other technology products and services to government agencies, enterprise organizations and individual developers in various countries and regions around the world. Tencent Cloud has been expanding its overseas business since 2016, helping companies going overseas, companies entering China and overseas companies achieve innovative development with its digital technology and connectivity advantages. As of now, Tencent Cloud operates 70 availability zones with 2,800 acceleration nodes in 26 geographic regions around the world.

In terms of its overseas strategy, Tencent Cloud has chosen to "embrace the group" with its partners to form a competitive force in the market. Tencent Cloud has continuously enriched its global channel ecosystem, launched its first global partner program, and set up an international partner academy to provide its partners with a wealth of resources, tools, and training. Relying on its continuously evolving technological capabilities, Tencent Cloud's business has covered various regions including Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, the Americas, Europe, and the Middle East, providing solutions for various industries such as the Internet, media and entertainment, finance, culture and tourism, automotive, retail, etc. In 2023, Tencent Cloud's international business as a whole maintained a high rate of growth, with year-on-year growth of 69% in overseas partner-driven revenue for the year.

Currently, digital technology has become an important path to enhance the vitality of the global economy, and against this backdrop, the Tencent Cloud Global Solution was born. The solution encompasses the infrastructure layout of the IaaS layer, such as computing, network and storage, to the diversified technology and product services at the PaaS layer, as well as the rich application tools and solutions at the SaaS layer, which provide key assistance for multi-disciplinary scenarios such as overseas recreation and entertainment, cross-border e-commerce, AIGC reasoning and fine-tuning, immersive innovation, etc., and bring more new opportunities for enterprises to develop.

Zhao Jiannan, General Manager of Tencent Cloud International, said, "Tencent Cloud will continue to build a mutually beneficial and interconnected digital ecosystem, and join hands with global partners to win the future." In the future, Tencent Cloud will continue to capitalize on its strengths in products, services and ecology, serve global enterprises with Chinese technology, and explore the global market with its many partners.