Cisco to introduce data center services to the Saudi market

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, 28 May 2010, 06:29 Hrs
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Riyadh: According to an announcement made by Cisco, the company has been chosen by Telecom Company (STC), a leader in providing integrated communications services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to introduce managed data center services to the Saudi market.

The contract, involves the strategic collaboration that combines best-of-breed virtualization, networking, compute and storage technologies from Cisco, EMC and VMware, with end-to-end vendor accountability. It represents the first Vblock Infrastructure Package (VIP) win for Cisco in the Middle East, will be delivered by Cisco partner Wipro.

In the past decade, data centers are changing in areas like architecture, new technologies, application architectures, regulations etc. causing one of the most comprehensive IT infrastructure transformations. With Cisco's managed data center services, STC will be able to meet the challenge to address these changes.

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