T-Systems wins cloud computing data centre deal from Philips

Monday 7 December 2009 | 08:59 CET | News
Royal Philips Electronics and T-Systems have signed a contract in Amsterdam for global data centre and SAP infrastructure services. The service model for the contract involves 'cloud computing': T-Systems will provide services for Philips via a 'private cloud', a separate, secure network. The outsourcing contract is part of Philips' IT strategy to leverage utility market offerings. The diversified Health and Well-being company is consolidating and modernizing its IT systems in an effort to cut long-term costs. As of 1 January 2010, T-Systems will assume responsibility for the infrastructure

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Philips / T-Systems
Countries: Netherlands / World
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