Orange Business in Qatar smart city deal with MEEZA

Orange Business for enterprise technologyOrange Business Services announced a consulting deal with MEEZA, a managed services provider, to deliver smart services and applications at Msheireb Downtown Doha, a smart cities development in Qatar.

Orange Business Services will manage the design of the District’s Smart City Central Command Center, which controls the smart operation of buildings and services, including security cameras, building access control, fire alarms, street lighting, automated waste collection, car parks and public announcements.

Orange has designed and operates Smart Applications for both PCs and mobiles for the public, as well as for residents. These smart applications include apps for community services, wayfinding and online payments.

The other services developed and run by Orange Business Services to help regenerate the district include smart energy management, such as smart metering, Business Intelligence and data analytics, a central service desk management solution, and indoor geolocation infrastructure.

The full scope of the project also covers the ICT Infrastructure for the District, which is managed by MEEZA. This infrastructure includes the network, management of two data centers, provision of IP telephony and management of desktops in the smart ecosystem.

“Orange has the advantage of being both an operator and a specialized digital services company that supports digital transformation of societies, enterprises and government bodies. We are already working on large and prominent projects in the Middle East,” said Beatrice Felder, senior vice president, Orange Applications for Business.

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