KALAAM TELECOM ACHIEVES AWS STANDARD TECHNOLOGY AND DIRECT CONNECT PARTNER STATUS

04 October, 2018

Bahrain, 22 May 2018:Kalaam Telecom, a leading managed solutions provider for businesses across GCC and international markets achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Standard Technology and Direct Connect Partner status. This achievement qualifies Kalaam to provide AWS cloud portfolio to its customers along with private and secure connectivity to AWS cloud from any part of the world.

 

Enterprises and governments wanting to deploy critical, real-time and core applications on cloud are often challenged by the non-deterministic performance, diminished security, lack of reliability and QoS capabilities associated with accessing via public internet. AWS Direct connect resolves this issue by providing on-demand, reduced network latency, increased bandwidth performance, enhanced data security and deliver resilient network experience with unparalleled customer satisfaction. Customer can avail this high-performance cloud connectivity service to transfer data between AWS cloud and customer datacenter, office, or colocation environment with the help of Kalaam’s resilient global data network via its 16 fully managed Point of Presence (PoP) across the globe.

 

Commenting on the achievement, Veer Passi, CEO, Kalaam Telecom said, “Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of the most successful cloud platforms, that has been adopted by a myriad of organizations worldwide. This partnership reasserts Kalaam Telecom’s strategy to accelerate digital transformation and further enrich the country’s digital vision. It recognizes the need for helping enterprises handle rapid data growth within tight budgets and enables us to take a more flexible, agile and innovative approach to cloud based deployments.   Plus, the AWS platform is very secure; it doesn’t limit capacities and can scale to meet demand. This achievement also boosts Kalaam Telecom’s cloud solution portfolio thereby also solidifying its position in the ICT and cloud managed service space. ”