HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD & CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), has inaugurated the newly expanded regional HQ of VMware Middle East, highlighting the role of digital technologies in developing innovative services in the UAE and the entire region.
VMware Middle East has expanded its regional HQ in Dubai Internet City to support growth in the Middle East, Turkey, and North Africa and further increase its support for public and private sector customers on their cloud and app modernization journeys.
“With our new office expansion, VMware Middle East is better positioned to collaborate even more closely with a growing number of customers on ambitious transformation projects in the UAE and across the region,” said Ahmed Auda, Managing Director, VMware Middle East, Turkey, and North Africa.
“The collaboration between Moro Hub and VMware under the umbrella of Digital DEWA is amongst the most innovative projects VMware is working on across our 500,000+ customers worldwide”, Ahmed Auda said. ”DEWA has demonstrated global best practices in digital transformation. It has re-defined and re-imagined the role of public utilities as a pillar of the digital economy. With the launch of Digital DEWA, it creates the world’s first digital utility utilizing autonomous systems for renewable energy, storage, expansion in AI adoption, and providing digital services,” added Auda.