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Tata Communications and Zain KSA work together to bring smart city solutions to KSA

Collaboration will deliver solutions and platforms to remodel cities to be smarter, sustainable and more efficient

Tata Communications, a global digital ecosystems enabler, and Zain KSA, a mobile telecommunications and digital services provider, have announced a strategic engagement to fuel the digital transformation journeys of enterprises and government organisations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

In a statement, the companies said that this collaboration and combination ecosystems will deliver solutions and platforms to remodel cities with smart street lighting, smart waste management, connected workplace, healthcare and connected cars.

“The strength of the reach of Zain KSA and cutting-edge infrastructure combined with our ecosystem of advanced technologies will strengthen the country’s shift to becoming a sustainable economy,” said Vaneet Mehta, Region Head, Middle East, Central Asia & Africa, Tata Communications.

“This is a demonstration of our both organisations commitment to enable reimagining of cities in the Middle East by operating on smarter and cost-efficient models. This is a milestone project for Tata Communications for transforming the city into an intelligent and energy efficient metropolis, reducing its carbon footprint and charting the path for other cities to replicate.”

The flagship project that the two companies are working on together is to bring smart street lighting to one of the key cities in Saudi Arabia, the statement added. Tata Communications IoT ecosystem will serve as one-stop-shop to provide the hardware, platform, application and insights for the project. Meanwhile Zain KSA will expand the footprint with its business-to-business (B2B) offerings through joint projects related to software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) and global contact centres, as well as the application of smart transport and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions enabling smart waste handling, smart metering and other smart city use cases, to name a few, it added.

“Building on our pioneering and internationally renowned 5G network and in line with our vertical expansion strategy to drive 5G applications such as IoT we will work together to contribute to our comprehensive digital solutions offering and transformation services under one roof to enterprises and governments across the kingdom,” said Eng. Saad A. Al-Sadhan, Chief Business and Wholesale Officer, Zain KSA.

“The confluence of reliable connectivity, agility and trust will converge to better serve communities, businesses and governments. Together we will strengthen the digital core of the country to reinforce Saudi Vision 2030 and provide businesses the tools to embrace innovation and disruption to succeed in a rapidly evolving environment.”

The Tata Communications and Zain KSA strategic engagement will serve Saudi’s enterprises and government institutions with advanced technologies such as IoT, 5G, Low Range Wide Area Network (LoRaWAN® specification), Managed Security Services, SDWAN and many others. It will also support environmental sustainability measures and digital transformation of the region.

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