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Arvan Cloud Introduces Network Availability Services

Iranian cloud service provider Arvan Cloud has set up a platform that helps monitor the availability of internet services in the country.

For generating real-time reports, Arvan Cloud gathers information from communication operators Mobile Telecommunication Company of Iran, MTN-Irancell, Asia Tech, Mobinnet, Afranet, Respina and HiWEB.

The information is available on, Peivast news website reported.

Internet users and Iran observers mostly rely on foreign services like NetBlocks, Pingdom and IODA for checking network availability in the Islamic Republic.

Arvan Cloud is one of the leading tech companies in Iran. In January 2019, it was reported that the firm is worth $9.5 million. It has close ties with Bank Pasargad and its ICT company FANAP.

Some of the services offered by Arvan include cloud computing, cloud security and cloud storage, along with services related to content delivery networks, live streaming, video ads and cloud domain name systems.

Major Iranian businesses and state agencies have made use of services offered by Arvan Cloud. Some of the tech firm’s customers are oil and energy ministries, National Iranian Oil Company, Expediency Council and Tehran Municipality, as well as major banks such as Pasargad, Saman, Eghtesad Novin and Ayandeh.

Iranian business outlets, including Digikala, Bamilo, Divar, Snapp Food, Snapp Trip, Alibaba, Netbarg and Jabama, have also enlisted the services offered by Arvan Cloud.

News No: 8228
Date: 2020/01/05 - 19:13
News Source: Financial Tribune

Arvan Cloud  FANAP  ICT  National Iranian Oil Company  Digikala 


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