The G42 strengthens its ecosystem with 15 strategic agreements at Gitex Global

As Gitex Global, the world’s largest tech super-connector and startup event, winds down, G42, the leading UAE-based artificial intelligence and cloud computing technology company, had a strong presence, making strides to strengthen its partnership ecosystem and share information on future technologies.

During the event, the full scope of G42’s ecosystem was on display, allowing the company to connect with innovators, thinkers and industry players from leading technology companies around the world.

G42’s first successful presence at Gitex was highlighted by 15 partnership agreements signed, emphasizing opportunities in the UAE and the Gulf region, as well as the G42 partnership ecosystem as a whole.

G42 believes in the power of partnerships and has adopted a collaborative approach to business as a core part of its corporate DNA. Leveraging the company’s extensive global network of partnerships, Gitex served as a conduit to expand the company’s connections to partners in government, energy, smart cities, healthcare and infrastructure.

Propelling UAE progress

As the UAE transitions from an extractive to a knowledge-based economy, AI and the implementation of disruptive technologies will continue to accelerate this evolution, ushering in the next generation faster and earlier. The partnerships that G42 and its operating companies have entered into underscore the need and value of these local capabilities, enabling UAE-based organizations to innovate, while working towards the UAE’s mission to be a knowledge-based economy. .

G42 and Benya Technologies have partnered in Egypt to provide critical technology infrastructure solutions
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In line with this mission, at Gitex the company has signed 15 strategic MoUs, partnering with organizations such as Data IKU, AWS, PwC, Accenture, Cisco, Benya Technologies and the Abu Dhabi Accountability Authority.

Photo caption: G42 and Benya Technologies partner in Egypt to provide critical technology infrastructure solutions and the Abu Dhabi Accountability Authority have partnered to implement the latest technologies to improve the efficiency of government entity operations.

Injazat and the Ministry of Health and Prevention signed an agreement to target the development of many digital health solutions, pushing towards the government’s goals of making the UAE a leading global region for healthcare smart.

Partnerships outside the UAE

As the G42 grows, the number of partnerships outside the UAE also increases. This expansion was tangible at GITEX, as the G42’s Injazat partnered with Saudi Arabia’s Nesma Infrastructure and Technologies. The new company, Nesma Injazat, will begin operations this month with offices in Riyadh and Jeddah, and will play a vital role in supporting organizations and developing Saudi Arabia’s IT and digital infrastructure as the country is undergoing rapid digital transformation.


Nesma Injazat, G42’s collaboration with Saudi Arabia’s Nesma Infrastructure and Technologies will start operating this month with offices in Riyadh and Jeddah
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Photo caption: Nesma Injazat, G42’s collaboration with Saudi Arabia’s Nesma Infrastructure and Technologies will start operating this month with offices in Riyadh and Jeddah

Illustrating the company’s commitment to Egypt as a strategic growth market and entry point into the Greater MEA region, G42 announced an equity investment in Benya Technologies, the leading digital and ICT infrastructure provider in Egypt and the MEA region. Through this partnership, G42 aims to provide the capital and technologies needed to further develop Egypt’s digital sector, by providing artificial intelligence and critical digital infrastructure, such as data centers, telecommunications towers and cloud technology.

Also during Gitex, G42 Healthcare celebrated its recent strategic partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to globalize its genomic sequencing, proteomics and biobanking services that enable fast and efficient data storage and transfer to customers around the world. . With the AWS partnership, the company plans to provide omics and information as an on-demand service – where samples can be shipped to G42 Healthcare for sequencing, analysis, and then best-in-class genomics and proteomics data are returned to the customer while securely stored on the AWS cloud system.

As public and private sector organizations grapple with their own digital transformation journeys, the G42 is proud to advance AI and technology globally to positively impact the economy. These partnerships will continue to fuel collaboration and strengthen the impact the G42 will have in solving the world’s greatest challenges.

This content comes from Reach by Gulf News, which is GN Media’s branded content team.

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