Go IP Intros Public Cloud Infrastructure for SMBs

Off lately, Go IP Global Services has announced a public cloud infrastructure for SMB customers in India. Go IP is an India based IT solutions and services company with presence in South East Asia and North America. The Company provides end-to-end technology solutions and services within the Infrastructure domain to telecom operators, services providers, Government and enterprise customers.

The cloud services by Go IP will be based on Dell’s 11th Generation PowerEdge Blade Servers, Dell Force 10 switches and Dell EqualLogic and Dell Compellent storage arrays, deployed in a high availability mode. In the first phase, the services will be rolled out in Q1 of 2012 from Go IP’s Global Managed Services Centre at Noida.

Go IP also announced its Cloud’s Ubiquitous Service Partner (CUSP) program. Under the program, it would work with 500 channel partners to deploy and support its cloud based services.

Rahul Swarup, MD and CEO, Go IP said, “Dell’s portfolio of technology products and its strategic roadmap in integrating its enterprise products like servers and storage is ideal for building a resilient and scalable public cloud infrastructure. It concurs with the business vision of Go IP to establish thought leadership in the space and create a total cost of ownership based ‘IT as a Service’ framework for the SMB customers to address their entire eco-system; including their internal IT needs and the needs of their community and vertical. We intend to traverse the learning curve of the cloud based services along with our channel partners and empower them to create the first-of-its-kind knowledge-based partnership in the emerging space of cloud computing.”

14-Dec-2011 11:13:58