Qrator Labs and Huawei sign memorandum to deliver public cloud solutions in the global market
Qrator Labs, a DDoS mitigation and continuous availability service provider, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Huawei to collaborate in leveraging their shared expertise and cloud capabilities to bring joint value to society.
Signed during GITEX Global 2021, the MoU aims to deliver enhanced public cloud solutions and services within the Middle East and globally. Qrator Labs currently provides world-class DDoS attacks mitigation services for a wide range of customers within the Huawei ecosystem, and will now act as a Huawei Cloud Global Technology Partner. The two companies’ aim to establish a long-term strategic partnership in public cloud services and explore synergies in the AI field.
Helping enterprises along their digital transformation journey, Qrator Labs is building up a dedicated team to promote HUAWEI CLOUD, while Huawei is providing Qrator Labs’ innovative DDoS mitigation service to a full range of its customers.
“DDoS attacks are increasingly causing problems for businesses of any size, interrupting the normal operation of websites or even whole networks. They affect business performance and cause downtime resulting in financial and reputational losses. We are pleased to work in collaboration with Huawei on making the Internet a safer place and supporting more companies to take advantage of our joint DDoS mitigation solution, available in the Huawei ecosystem. We are proud to sign this Memorandum of Understanding and become a Huawei Cloud Global Technology Partner, transforming the digital experience of businesses across industries worldwide,” said Alexander Lyamin, CEO at Qrator Labs.
“HUAWEI CLOUD has been expanding rapidly over the last few years. Computing power has become a new source of productivity, with cloud services increasingly essential to smart upgrades of government and enterprise organizations. Working with ecosystem partners like Qrator Labs, we will continue to support organizations in the region and around the world in their digital transformation journeys,” noted Frank Dai, President of HUAWEI CLOUD Middle East.