UAE to become home to one of the region’s first sustainable data centres?


Lenovo has entered into a new agreement with Al Hathboor to deliver state-of-the-art high-performance cloud computing systems for both public and private sector customers. This collaboration aims to support advanced digital transformation projects that focus on fostering innovation in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Additionally, Lenovo will contribute systems and expertise to assist Al Hathboor in constructing and operating a sustainable data centre.

Through this partnership, Lenovo and Al Hathboor, a joint venture between Al Hathboor Group LLC and Bikal Technologies Limited, will combine their extensive knowledge in High-Performance Computing (HPC) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). Together, they will provide customers in the region with cutting-edge capabilities to leverage AI in addressing business challenges and creating innovative digital technologies.

Commenting on the partnership, Raj Sandhu, GM Al Hathboor said: “We have huge ambitions for Sharjah Research and Technology Innovation Park, and this partnership with a global leader like Lenovo, will set the path towards developing tailored infrastructure solutions that will solve both public and private organisational challenges. We look forward to leveraging Lenovo’s experience in the technology sector and enhancing our digital capabilities while also welcoming new AI-powered and data-enabled research and technologies.”

“Al Hathboor sees this collaboration as a way to give the UAE a technological advantage to the innovation ecosystem, create jobs and opportunities for our youth, and develop tech for solving regional and global challenges. Lenovo, Nvidia and Intel with SRTIP gives us a joint capability in tech transfer and we look forward with working with our universities, businesses, and government”, Added Mohammed Al Hathboor Management Committee Member of Al Hathboor

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