stc evolves its multi-vendor telco cloud to achieve new digital service provider goals
stc is Saudi Arabia’s leading digital services provider and as such, will play a vital role in the country’s Vision 2030 (a strategy to use innovation to grow Saudi Arabia’s economy). stc is underpinning this ambition by transforming its network infrastructure to unlock Industry 4.0 and other future use cases, including smart cities and immersive healthcare and education. In this perspective, we provide an overview of the next step in stc’s journey to virtualize and transform its network: the implementation of a cloud-native telco cloud that will support stc’s business objectives and the economic and societal goals of the country. stc’s General Manager of Cloud Infrastructure, Anwar Alsubhi, points out, “The future competitiveness of the telecoms industry now depends on how agile, open and autonomous your telco cloud infrastructure is, in order to realize tangible business value and accelerate the rate at which we can innovate in the network.” In this paper, we will discuss the approach that stc is taking to build its new Cloud Partnership telco cloud (an initiative that is led by stc’s systems integration arm, solutions by stc).
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