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Armada and Edarat Group Partners to Bring Edge Computing and AI to the Industrial Sector across the Middle East and North Africa region.

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Armada and Edarat Group Partners to Bring Edge Computing and AI to the Industrial Sector across the Middle East and North Africa region.

Under the terms of their agreement, Edarat Group will deploy Armada’s modular data centres, known as ‘Galleons’ across the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and MENA region. This will allow Edarat’s current and future customers to integrate Armada’s full-stack edge infrastructure solution — which also includes the Commander software platform — in conjunction with Edarat Sovereign Cloud. Through the Galleons, EdaratCloud will provide low latency, high-performance compute and AI-enabled services at the edge.

The end-to-end solution has the ability to provide high-bandwidth connectivity in remote areas for the oil and gas sector, as well as compute, AI/ML, connected devices, and remote IoT analytics capabilities for Smart Cities. Additionally, the solution claims to offer several potential applications in the healthcare, manufacturing and telecom sectors. The Galleons are self-contained and fully ruggedized, and Armada says they can be rapidly deployed in any remote or urban environment.

According to Edarat CTO Ghassan El Khazen, the partnership aims to unlock the industrial sector, giving businesses and communities the ability to leverage their data, regardless of where it originated, while fully realizing the potential of generative AI, edge computing and predictive models, to bridge the digital divide.

“ By combining the scalability and flexibility of EdaratCloud with the speed and efficiency of edge computing, we can provide clients with a comprehensive solution that optimizes performance and user experience. The integration of EdaratCloud and the Galleon allows for real-time data processing closer to the source, reducing latency and enhancing overall system reliability. This collaboration enables us to offer a seamless and more secure end-to-end cloud service that meets the evolving needs of businesses in the GCC,” says El Khazen.

According to Armada CTO Pradeep Nair, the partnership with Edarat Group marks a significant step in its commitment to enabling key industries to enhance their processing and decision-making capabilities across MENA.

“We’re excited to build upon Edarat’s achievements in connectivity and data centre innovation and address the growing need for decentralized, real-time data analysis across oil and gas, manufacturing, and emergency response enterprises, among others. We look forward to working together and bringing the power of generative AI and predictive models to even the most remote industrial sites across Middle East and North Africa,” says Nair.

Notes from the Editor: Armada builds and operates a resilient, secure and scalable infrastructure, with a matching software component enabling a single control plane to easily manage and optimize data. Edarat Group, a publicly traded company on the Saudi Stock Exchange provides Data Centre Engineering and Hybrid-Cloud Managed Services.

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