Alibaba’s Partner Whale Cloud to Invest $70 Million in Pakistan

Alibaba’s Partner Whale Cloud to Invest $70 Million in Pakistan

Whale Cloud, partner of Ali Baba Group is showing interest in the Pakistani market and has set to invest $70 million in Pakistan over the next two to three years. Alibaba’s Partner Whale Cloud to Invest $70 Million in Pakistan

Whale Cloud is a world-leading data intelligence company which wass founded in 2003 and is the largest subsidiary of ZTE (a Chinese multinational telecommunications equipment giant). The company has been involvedd in ICT domains and telecom data processing for 15 years, today Whale Cloud operates in over 80 countries by providing digital transformation services. Additionally, Whale Cloud in early 2018 became a strategic partner of Alibaba Cloud.

Alibaba’s Partner Whale Cloud to Invest $70 Million in Pakistan

The company’s CEO Ben Zhou called upon IT and Telecom Minister Dr Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui on Friday to talk over deal and opportunities in Pakistan.

Ben Zhou shared his views on how whale cloud could help the Chinese government and other countries to improve smart infrastructure using private cloud service to ensure data security and integrity.

Furthermore, the IT and Telecom Minister, Dr Siddiqui highlighted the availability of skilled workers in Pakistan for ICT. They can assist companies like Alibaba and Whale Cloud in their strategic infrastructure planning and deployment. They can also assist companies not only in Pakistan but internationally as well.

He also shared his vision about Pakistan that making it a number one human capital center. He asked the Whale Cloud CEO to invest in the human capital of Pakistan to which both leaders agreed.

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