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Oracle Announces Strategic Move to Establish Public Cloud Region in Nairobi

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Oracle, a global leader in cloud infrastructure and enterprise software, has unveiled plans to create a public cloud region in Nairobi, Kenya, demonstrating its dedication to meeting the rising demand for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) services in Africa.

According to the firm, the decision aligns with its vision to facilitate the continent’s digital transformation journey.

Recognizing Kenya as a potential hub for technological innovation and economic growth, the company aims to leverage the country’s renewable energy resources and robust digital infrastructure, including extensive submarine and national connectivity.

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This move is designed to grant organizations and businesses in the region access to advanced cloud technologies and services.

“A high-level delegation from Oracle, led by Scott Twaddle, Senior Vice President responsible for OCI Product and Industries, recently held discussions with H.E William Ruto, President of Kenya, and Eliud Owalo, Cabinet Secretary of the Ministry of Information, Communications, and the Digital Economy. During the meeting, Oracle reiterated its commitment to supporting Kenya’s economic goals through the deployment of cutting-edge cloud solutions,” the firm noted via LinkedIn.

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The forthcoming public cloud region in Nairobi is poised to play a crucial role in driving the digital transformation of various sectors, encompassing government agencies, public institutions, enterprises, startups, universities, and investors across Kenya and the continent.

“Oracle, with OCI’s scalable and secure cloud architecture, intends to empower organizations to innovate and excel in a swiftly evolving digital landscape.”

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Mr Twaddle reiterated Oracle’s commitment to expediting Kenya’s digital transformation journey.

He highlighted OCI’s role as a scalable and secure platform for mission-critical workloads, enabling governments and businesses to drive innovation and achieve their economic objectives.

Oracle’s decision to establish a public cloud region in Nairobi signifies its confidence in Kenya’s potential as a strategic market for cloud services.

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Diana Mutheu
Diana Mutheu
Diana Mutheu is a Tech enthusiast, happy to delve deeper into the African tech space covering Social Media, AI, Startups, Telcos, Cryptocurrency, Big Data, Women in Tech and all matters Tech. Write to me @[email protected]

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