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[December 12, 2012]
Nextra Teleservices selects IBM's PureSystems technology
Dec 12, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) -- IBM has announced that Nextra Teleservices Pvt Ltd has selected IBM's PureSystems technology to provide the IT backbone for its broadband infrastructure.
The new IBM PureFlex System will help Nextra to remove system bottlenecks, streamline internal processes and ensure broadband service for individual clients as well as for small and medium companies in Delhi Northern Capital Region (NCR).
The IBM PureFlex System, with its integrated storage capability, is ideal for the management and virtualization of internal and third-party storage that typically slows down ISP infrastructures. In fact, since deploying the system, Nextra has seen its storage utilization increased by up to 30%.
"We were looking at starting a new line of business and IBM PureFlex was the best solution matching our needs because of its fully fledged cloud capabilities," said Puneesh Singla, General Manager Information Systems, Nextra Teleservices.
"We believe PureFlex will help us to be faster and more efficient in designing and marketing new collaboration services to cater to millions subscribers." Nextra deployed an IBM PureFlex System with IBM Storwize V7000 storage to help maintain its base services such as FTTH Broadband, and introduce new ones - such as IPTV/ OTT Video based Services requiring ultra-high system availability.
"Our clients recognized that in today's business environment, technology can provide a valuable competitive edge and help them to differentiate," said Alok Ohrie, Vice President, Systems and Technology Group, IBM India/South Asia.
"IBM PureSystems offers the features and functionality that make it the ideal platform to run next-generation applications and pave the way for new possibilities in the telecommunications industry."
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