Ooredoo has partnered with Economic Zones Company (Manateq) to provide its world-class 5G infrastructure that is set to transform Qatar’s logistics parks and industrial zones, as well as accelerate the country’s diversified economic growth.
Across Qatar, Manateq is developing logistics parks and industrial zones, which offer various sizes of plots of land to the investors to build their own industrial facility along with warehouses, workshops, offices, and worker accommodations.
Under the agreement, Ooredoo will provide world-class 5G-ready mobility infrastructure that can digitally transform Manateq’s customers. With the availability of Ooredoo’s 5G network, organisations can leverage Ooredoo’s Internet of Things solutions to develop digital business innovations such as drones and augmented reality.
Yousuf Abdulla al-Kubaisi, chief operating officer, Ooredoo, said, “Our partnership with Manateq will provide its investors with the latest digital innovations to boost their global competitiveness and drive Qatar’s diversified economic growth. Our world-class 5G infrastructure has the high speed and low latency for real time operations and digital business innovations that can transform customer experiences.”
Manateq is the latest Qatar mega-project, along with Lusail City and Msheireb Downtown Doha, that is leveraging Ooredoo’s expertise in telecommunications infrastructure, including advanced fibre optic and 5G mobile infrastructure.
Hamad al-Naimi, chief operating officer, Manateq, said, “Our partnership with Ooredoo affirms our commitment to providing our investors with best-in-class infrastructure to enhance business competitiveness.