Huawei and Colt Data Centre Services announce partnership in cloud data center infrastructure at CeBIT 2017
Mar 30, 2017
Huawei has announced a collaboration with Colt Data Center Services (Colt DCS for short) which will see the two companies working closely together to serve the hyper scale cloud-based data center solutions. Announced at CeBIT 2017, the partnership will focus on responding to increasing industry requirements for dynamic, cost-effective, and customer-oriented data center infrastructure in the cloud era.
As an industry-leading hosting service provider, Colt DCS is proficient in designing and operating data centers, focusing on reducing operating costs for carriers while ensuring the highest levels of connectivity and security remain uncompromised. Huawei's data center solutions are flexibly deployed, diverse, and cost-efficient, ensuring tailored solutions for a variety of clients.
During the signing ceremony, Leon He, president of West Europe Enterprise of Huawei, highlighted the continued role of ICT in reshaping various aspects of traditional industries: "The data center plays a key role in digital transformation for enterprises. We can see this from the steady increase in the global market for data centers."
Leon He, President of West Europe Enterprise, Huawei
Mr. Detlef Spang, CEO of Colt DCS, commented that customers are seeking flexibility in the constantly changing environment of cloud computing for businesses. He emphasized that traditional data centers face challenges in keeping up with rapidly changing industry trends and only by taking full advantage of the latest technologies can data center providers continue to thrive.
Colt DCS CEO Mr. Detlef Spang
The partnership between Huawei and Colt DCS aims at combining the experience, technology, and resources of both companies to foster development in the cloud era and continue to revolutionize data center infrastructure.
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