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Microsoft launches Cloud OS network

Ike Suarez | Dec. 20, 2013
Worldwide consortium consists of 25 service providers

Microsoft Corp. has launched the Cloud OS Network as it offers customers worldwide the value proposition of deployed hybrid solutions on the Microsoft Cloud Platform: Windows Server with Hyper-Vm Sytems Center and the Windows Azure Pack.

A press statement by the Seattle-based vendor explained that the Cloud OS Network is a worldwide consortium of more than 25 cloud service providers that deliver services on the Microsoft Cloud platform.

In the Asia-Pacific, consortium members include the following: SingTel Group in Singapore and Australia, Revera in New Zealand, and VTC Digilink for Vietnam.  Other partners in the global initiative include, among others: Alog, Aruba S.p.A, Capgemini, Capita IT Services, CGI, CSC, Dimension Data, DorukNet, Fujitsu Finland Oy., Fujitsu Ltd., iWeb, Lenovo, NTTX, Outsourcery,, Sogeti, TeleComputing, Tieto, Triple C Cloud Computing, T-Systems, and Wortmann AG. 



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