Unveils full portfolio in Central Europe, Middle East, Africa and India
Fujitsu has introduced its Global Cloud Services offerings by unveiling the full portfolio in Central Europe, Middle East, Africa and India.
The offering combines the scale of public cloud and the security and customisation of private cloud, and allows Fujitsu customers around the world to rely on a trusted, homogeneous global cloud platform.
Fujitsu’s Global Cloud for Central Europe is hosted at its Tier 3 Neuenstadt data centre in southern Germany.
In introducing the service for Central Europe, which goes live officially on 7 June 2011, Fujitsu operates the premium Cloud offering, hosted in data centres at geographically strategic locations including Australia, Germany, Japan, Singapore, the UK and the USA, and backed by globally standardised levels of service, the company said.
The cloud services allow enterprises to match technology systems and costs directly to changing business needs by offering a fully flexible model for IT infrastructure, platforms and applications.
Fujitsu technology solutions vice-president cloud business Andre Kiehne said thanks to full support from Fujitsu Global Cloud Services that are tailored to company needs, multinational enterprises and ISVs can now migrate from legacy environments to achieve their competitive goals.
"Our globally standardised approach provides a reliable, secure, same-service-everywhere and eliminates unnecessary administration costs," Kiehne said.