du and ALLIANCE Team Up for High-Capacity Connectivity Solutions in the GCC Region

du and ALLIANCE partner to offer high-capacity connectivity solutions to customers in the GCC region and beyond.

du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunication Company (EITC),  and Alliance Networks W.L.L (ALLIANCE) have announced their collaboration through a Teaming Agreement aimed at providing seamless intra-regional high-capacity connectivity to potential third-party customers in the region.

du is a leading provider of telecommunications services in the UAE, with a robust network infrastructure, data centres, and international cables. ALLIANCE, on the other hand, is an established player in the region, with a regional network and commercial partnerships with various operators as part of the Alliance Networks.

Under this agreement, the Parties have identified significant Service Collaboration Opportunities to work together and leverage their respective strengths to deliver exceptional connectivity solutions to customers in the GCC region and beyond. The collaboration will combine du’s extensive network infrastructure and ALLIANCE’s regional presence and commercial partnerships, enabling the provision of high-capacity connectivity services to meet the growing demands of customers.

We are delighted to partner with du to deliver seamless connectivity solutions to our customers in the region. This strategic alliance combines our regional expertise and network capabilities with du’s extensive infrastructure, allowing us to provide comprehensive and reliable services to meet the evolving needs of businesses in the region.

Adel Al Daylami, CEO, Alliance Networks

Both du and ALLIANCE are committed to delivering exceptional connectivity solutions, and this Teaming Agreement represents a significant step towards that goal. By combining their expertise and resources, they aim to provide seamless intra-regional connectivity to customers in the region, strengthening the telecommunications infrastructure and supporting regional growth and development.

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