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IDC commends Cloud architecture and Cisco services for the Enterprise

28/07/2014 by


DC research has deemed Cisco Powered cloud services to be “enterprise class” in terms of offering value points for customers such as availability, reliability, sustainability, and scalability.

A recent IDC whitepaper entitled Cisco Powered Cloud: A view from the front lines of delivering customer value, offers perspective on the value of Cisco Powered cloud services to end-customer businesses from 20 Cisco cloud partners.

These partners comprise a cadre of companies that play multiple roles in the delivery of cloud services to their customers, including EMC, NetApp, and VMware, Extrinsica Global, plus regional and global telecommunications providers; value-added resellers (VARs) and system integrators (SIs).

“We have set out right from the very beginning with all the services we provide… to deliver genuine enterprise-class quality, and in many customers’ minds, Cisco is associated with that,” says Simon Smith, CEO and founder, Extrinsica Global. “Cisco has a reasonable claim to say that their technology underpins the best cloud providers.”

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