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Huawei opens cloud data centre in Saudi Arabia

Huawei is aiming to ‘support Chinese companies to explore the Saudi Arabia market and also help Saudi companies to go global’

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Huawei Technologies has opened a cloud data centre in the Saudi capital Riyadh in a bid to grow its online service offerings in the Middle East and North Africa, the Chinese tech giant said on Monday.

The cloud data center in Riyadh, Huawei’s 30th worldwide, will support government services for the Saudi kingdom and allow for AI applications and language models in Arabic, a company official told a briefing.

“The implementation of Huawei cloud is not just about us, but is a bridge that will bring other Chinese companies to Saudi Arabia,” said Steven Yi, the company’s regional president.

The step would contribute to the development of the country’s digital economy, he said, adding that Huawei opened its regional headquarters in the Saudi capital this year.


Huawei ranked fifth in the global cloud services market in the first quarter, with a market share of 2.4%, although it was the second-largest vendor in mainland China, according to research consultancy Canalys.

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