The two companies “ will assess different plans for the construction of several Oracle Cloud regions using Orange infrastructures in Senegal and Ivory Coast ” the press release specifies.
“ The companies have also announced their intention to jointly offer cloud services for companies and public bodies, first in Senegal and Côte d’Ivoire then throughout West Africa “they add.
Orange will be a customer of the Oracle cloud offer (OCI) here with” a project to migrate some of Orange’s internal applications to Oracle Cloud, so that digitization is synonymous with ever greater efficiency, particularly in administrative processes ”.
Finally, the two partners “ intend to jointly promote their health solutions, particularly in the field of vaccination. By allowing better management of stocks through a fully digital process, this cooperation should benefit local populations, especially in the context of the current COVID pandemic – 19 ”.
As a reminder, Oracle recently announced its expansion in several regions of the world. The company will inaugurate its cloud region of Marseille on November 8 in an Interxion datacenter and must do the same in Paris as a second step.