Monday, May 6, 2013

Sprint Ties CSC CloudCompute to its Global MPLS Network

Sprint launched a CloudCompute infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) solution that integrates CSC’s virtualized, utility-based cloud computing solution with its Sprint Global MPLS network.

Sprint said its "cloud-aware" Global MPLS network is congestion-free, designed for low latency and jitter needed for critical, real-time business applications. It offers Class of Service (CoS) at no additional charge to eliminate bottlenecks in a customer’s network through prioritization. Application performance is optimized through network-based Quality of Service (QoS), and Sprint’s comprehensive service level agreements enable full support of any and all enterprise cloud applications.

“Sprint has a long history of providing comprehensive, integrated solutions,” said Mike Fitz, vice president-Wireline and Solutions Engineering, Sprint. “Companies can rely on Sprint as their single source for all their networking needs, which now includes cloud computing solutions. Investing in the network is critical to a company’s cloud strategy and success. Sprint’s all-IP network has the flexibility, scalability and reliability required to meet the performance demands of cloud applications.”

http://convergence.sprint.com/cloudcompute.aspx?ECID=vanity:cloudcompute

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