Huawei announced on Thursday that it has teamed up with MTC, Namibia’s telecoms solutions provider, to deliver a comprehensive fibre internet and digital Cloud computing services for secure and reliable business solutions to government, public and private enterprises.
The “MTC Secure Cloud” and other services will be available to customers as of March 2019.
Designed to offer a steady excellent data security and smooth backup system on its virtual datacenters, this service offering came just a week after the company launched its fibre-optic fast internet solutions for businesses.
MTC Secure Cloud service solutions is an additional range to the company’s products and services’ portfolio which will facilitate, manage and offer enterprises a smooth and shielded access to the digital space at an effective cost.
Cloud is a rented utility through single-tenancy i.e. private cloud or multi-tenancy, i.e. public cloud where there is no separate copy of the App for every tenant but just one that everyone shares and it’s flexible enough for everyone to customize for their specific needs, with a mixture of the two deployment models yielding a Hybrid cloud.
The Namibian company said “MTC Secure Cloud” will use the latest technology and it is highly secured, with stringent Service Level Agreement and shall instantly be available from anywhere, anytime and offer more space for innovation and data storage; whilst ensuring flexibility, agility and scalability.
Before securing a space on the MTC cloud, customers will have the trial-before-purchase option.
“We are indeed very happy to be associated with Huawei enabling MTC to roll out these services, to maintain our position in the market; our clients and customers will remain the winners as we are embarking upon another road of digital transformation, MTC will help enterprises deliver a successful digital transformation,” said Elvis Nashilongo, chairperson of MTC.