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Primeur weekly 2013-12-09

The Cloud

EDF chooses Bull and Osiatis to deploy and run the world's biggest private Cloud-based infrastructure with Microsoft technology ...

Datapipe meets enterprise demand for HPC Cloud; guaranteed performance storage fueled by SolidFire ...

Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Texas at San Antonio and Notre Dame select OpenStack-based Hybrid Cloud to build federated Cloud service for research and education ...

IBM expands industry-specific Cloud Consulting Services ...

Helping clients securely and reliably migrate Cloud data ...

IBM, Dexia and several major financial institutions across Europe agree to a 1.3 billion US dollar sourcing deal for IBM to build and manage their IT ...

Türk Telekom Group signs agreement with HP to put Cloud services at customers' fingertips ...

EuroFlash

RenewIT: EC funded initiative to increase use of renewable energy in data centres ...

The HPC Advisory Council and the International Supercomputing Conference announce university teams for HPCAC-ISC 2014 Student Cluster Challenge ...

New supercomputer for the German Meteorological Service ...

Supporting European Early Career Researchers & Scientists working with Data participation to the 3rd RDA Plenary Meeting ...

PRACE Summer of HPC awards best students ...

PRACE Scientific and Industrial Conference 2014 HPC for Innovation: when Science meets Industry ...

Data centres can be cooled down in environmentally friendly, energy efficient ways ...

PRACE and XSEDE Call for Requests for Support ...

Bull helps organisations manage their data centres in the face of new energy issues ...

IBM and business partner Bechtle providing 6,100 System x and Flex Systems servers to European Union organisations ...

USFlash

Cycle Computing strengthens management team to meet growth demands ...

Supermicro 1U 4x GPU SuperServer in Green500 #1 ranked TSUBAME-KFC supercomputer from Tokyo Institute of Technology GSIC ...

NCKU develops world's first switchless cluster supercomputer ...

ViaWest supports Intel's TOP500 supercomputer project ...

Brocade 100 GbE core routers provide high-performance network to advance global research ...

Oracle releases Oracle Linux 6.5 ...

Türk Telekom Group signs agreement with HP to put Cloud services at customers' fingertips

4 Dec 2013 Palo Alto - Türk Telekom Group has selected HP to transform the Turkey-based communications and convergence technology provider's service portfolio to include competitive cloud-based IT services for its public and private customers.

The HP CloudSystem Services Provider (CSSP) Solution, which is based on the HP Aggregation platform for Software as a Service (SaaS), will allow Türk Telekom Group to provide an end-to-end Cloud experience for its customers. Türk Telekom Group's public or private customers can purchase, maintain and upgrade a wide array of Cloud services through a fully automated web portal.

"As our customers become more demanding of Cloud services - for both infrastructure and software - we will extend our Cloud-based offerings through a fully automated web portal and an extensible service catalogue with easy and quick access to the entire portfolio", stated Timur Ceylan, vice president, Technology, Türk Telekom Group. "HP has a proven end-to-end Cloud solution with a skilled team of public and private Cloud technology experts that will provide us a flexible, scalable and future-proof solution fully integrated with our current OSS/BSS systems and give our customers the flexibility they need."

HP's solution includes service catalogues, end-user self-service and administration portals. It will integrate with Türk Telekom Group's existing internal business and operational systems and enable the company to offer its customers Cloud services, including infrastructure as a service (IaaS) such as virtual machines and SaaS offerings such as Microsoft Exchange email and Microsoft IIS for Windows and Apache for Linux Red Had web hosting.

"Telecommunications service providers must use the latest technology along with quick-to-market strategies to remain competitive", stated David Sliter, vice president and general manager, Communications, Media and Entertainment Solutions, HP Enterprise Services. "HP’s scalable, secure Cloud offerings, along with the team's vast local and global experience on public and private Cloud service, will fuel a significant push toward Turk Telekom's Cloud offerings and position it as a fully automated IT services provider."
Source: HP

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2013-12-09

The Cloud

EDF chooses Bull and Osiatis to deploy and run the world's biggest private Cloud-based infrastructure with Microsoft technology ...

Datapipe meets enterprise demand for HPC Cloud; guaranteed performance storage fueled by SolidFire ...

Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Texas at San Antonio and Notre Dame select OpenStack-based Hybrid Cloud to build federated Cloud service for research and education ...

IBM expands industry-specific Cloud Consulting Services ...

Helping clients securely and reliably migrate Cloud data ...

IBM, Dexia and several major financial institutions across Europe agree to a 1.3 billion US dollar sourcing deal for IBM to build and manage their IT ...

Türk Telekom Group signs agreement with HP to put Cloud services at customers' fingertips ...

EuroFlash

RenewIT: EC funded initiative to increase use of renewable energy in data centres ...

The HPC Advisory Council and the International Supercomputing Conference announce university teams for HPCAC-ISC 2014 Student Cluster Challenge ...

New supercomputer for the German Meteorological Service ...

Supporting European Early Career Researchers & Scientists working with Data participation to the 3rd RDA Plenary Meeting ...

PRACE Summer of HPC awards best students ...

PRACE Scientific and Industrial Conference 2014 HPC for Innovation: when Science meets Industry ...

Data centres can be cooled down in environmentally friendly, energy efficient ways ...

PRACE and XSEDE Call for Requests for Support ...

Bull helps organisations manage their data centres in the face of new energy issues ...

IBM and business partner Bechtle providing 6,100 System x and Flex Systems servers to European Union organisations ...

USFlash

Cycle Computing strengthens management team to meet growth demands ...

Supermicro 1U 4x GPU SuperServer in Green500 #1 ranked TSUBAME-KFC supercomputer from Tokyo Institute of Technology GSIC ...

NCKU develops world's first switchless cluster supercomputer ...

ViaWest supports Intel's TOP500 supercomputer project ...

Brocade 100 GbE core routers provide high-performance network to advance global research ...

Oracle releases Oracle Linux 6.5 ...