Dubai: Moro Hub, a wholly-owned subsidiary of DEWA has announced its collaboration with Smart Dubai for the provision of a high-end node at Moro Hub to accelerate the digital transformation initiatives of Dubai Government entities and avail latest digital services.

Dubai Government Information Network (GIN), is the internetworking infrastructure, providing the information backbone between Dubai Government entities and the Internet. GIN serves as the cornerstone of the electronic infrastructure connecting government systems that effectively transfers information and handles transactions. The network comprises of secure and highly robust mesh infrastructure connecting all government offices by using state-of-the-art multi-service networking technology.

In line with the digital adoption in Dubai and the implementation of the Dubai Paperless Strategy, the collaboration agreement was signed digitally by both parties through the secured UAE pass that embodies the digital transformation evolution in Dubai and UAE.

Eng. Marwan Bin Haider, Vice Chairman of Moro Hub, commented: “Our collaboration with Smart Dubai brings value-added offerings to government entities. To this effect, Smart Dubai has hosted a high-end node in Moro Hub Data Centre to cater to the GIN connectivity requirements of the government entities. This will enable Dubai government entities hosted in Moro Hub to connect seamlessly to GIN without any additional investments.”

“Dubai is leading the change in adopting advanced technologies and spearheading innovation. This has fast-tracked its digital goals to embrace the future and emerge as a world-leading city by 2021” he added.

“The partnership between Smart Dubai and Moro Hub furthers the vision of H.H. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and the directives of H.H. Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of The Executive Council of Dubai, to accelerate the implementation of the Dubai Vision 2021 and transform Dubai into the world’s smartest and happiest city,” said His Excellency Wesam Lootah, CEO of the Smart Dubai Government Establishment.

“The adoption of digitalization across Dubai’s various government institutions is the essential underpinning of this transformation and will help ensure that Dubai’s citizens, residents and visitors enjoy cutting-edge government services that both enhance their quality of life and place Dubai at the forefront of the world’s most advanced metropolises,” His Excellency added.

As Moro Hub being accredited by Dubai Electronic Security Center (DESC) certified Cloud Service Provider (CSP) in the UAE, shows its commitment to offer world-class secured infrastructure and services.


About Moro Hub

Moro Hub is a digital transformation service provider with a diversified portfolio offering cloud, digital services, cybersecurity, colocation and professional and managed services.

Being one of DEWA subsidiaries and a Dubai 10X enabler, Moro Hub brings together the best of both worlds with deep local expertise and rich cultural understanding backed by an international consortium of partners SAP, Dell, EY, Avaya, Cisco, Alibaba Cloud, HPE, Huawei and many others to offer leading-edge services.

Moro Hub is a highly secured digital data hub holding elite certifications such as ISO 9001:2008, ISO 27001, ISO 27017 (Information Security Management System - Cloud Service Provider), Cloud Security Alliance STAR and DESC Compliance – CSP standard certification. Moro Hub’s state-of-the-art Data Centre facility is a Tier-III uptime institute design and facility and the First LEED Platinum certified facility inclusive of the Data Center.

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About Smart Dubai 

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President & Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, launched the Smart Dubai Initiative in 2013 with a vision of making Dubai the happiest and smartest city on Earth. 

The Smart Dubai Office was formed in 2015 to oversee Dubai’s smart transformation and accomplish the leadership’s vision. Collaborating with government and private sector partners, Smart Dubai is consistently adopting latest technological innovations to provide efficient, seamless, safe and personalized city experiences for residents and visitors.

 Since its establishment, Smart Dubai has launched a series of initiatives and strategies to achieve its vision and help Dubai become a global benchmark for smart city development. Key initiatives launched by Smart Dubai include the Dubai Data Initiative, Dubai Blockchain Strategy, Dubai AI Roadmap, Digital Wealth Initiative and most recently the Dubai Paperless Strategy.As of January 2020, the Smart Dubai Office was officially renamed to Smart Dubai Department.

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