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SAP to host its Public Cloud in Moro Hub’s Green Data Centers

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As part of this partnership, SAP will be hosting its Public Cloud infrastructure within Moro’s data centers, utilizing the facility’s robust and secure environment to host a range of critical cloud services.

Moro Hub has signed an agreement with SAP to offer its state-of-the-art green data center facilities located in the Mohammad Bin Rashid Solar Park and Jebel Ali to SAP. The agreement was signed between Marwan Bin Haidar – Vice Chairman & Group CEO of Digital DEWA and Sergio Maccotta, Senior Vice President, SAP Middle East and Africa – South .

Moro Hub’s Mohammad Bin Rashid Solar Park data center has been recognised as the largest solar-powered data center by the Guinness World Records. Using 100 percent renewable energy, the data center is Uptime TIER III-Certified for design, construct and operations. SAP’s decision to leverage Moro hub’s data center’s services reflects the company’s commitment to sustainability, ensuring that its cloud infrastructure operates in an eco-friendly manner.

“With the vision, guidance and unlimited support of the wise leadership of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, we have always strived to make this city a global capital for sustainable digital transformation. We are confident that through this partnership, SAP will not only be able to achieve its environmental goals, but also align with its broader strategy to reduce the carbon footprint of its operations,” said Marwan Bin Haidar – Vice Chairman & Group CEO, Digital DEWA

“The new collaboration enables SAP to deliver flexible cloud solutions to the public sector and private sector in an efficient, secure and scalable manner. With this comprehensive sustainable solution, UAE enterprises can enhance their operations and business processes while hosting their data on Moro Hub’s green servers and leveraging SAP solutions to measure and reduce their own carbon footprint,” said Sergio Maccotta, Senior Vice President, SAP Middle East and Africa – South.

This collaboration between Moro and SAP reflects the growing demand for advanced data center solutions to support the ever-expanding requirements of cloud-based services. Both SAP and Moro Hub expect this partnership to drive innovation, enhance service delivery, and contribute to the overall growth of the cloud services landscape.

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