Virtual Computing Environment comes to South Africa

March 25, 2010 • Mobile and Telecoms

Andy Brauer, CTO at Business Connexion

Business Connexion, in conjunction with Cisco, EMC² and VMware, has launched Virtual Computing Environment (VCE) in South Africa.

“There is enormous potential for our customers with the VCE coalition becoming a local reality. As we have said for several years, this is the future – and now it is here”, said Andy Brauer, CTO at Business Connexion.

VCE technology enables companies to deploy virtualization and cloud computing solutions cost-effectively and quickly and can be customized to meet the needs of businesses due to the Vblock Infrastructure Packages.

Brauer said there’s massive demand for cloud solutions because of the cost savings, scalability and business agility advantages. Business Connexion’s partnership with VCE vendors provides full range cloud solutions to customers in local and African markets.

Business Connexion runs one of only a handful of Tier IV certified data centres in the world and has a prominent role in providing outsourced, virtualised and “anything as a service” (XaaS) solutions both locally and abroad.

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