China Mobile International launches iSolutions

Dylan Bushell-Embling / Computerworld Hong Kong

China Mobile International has launched a new cloud network integration solution in Hong Kong designed to provide multinational enterprise customers with self-service deployment capabilities.

The new iSolutions offering will also allow customers to manage all their cloud and network products on a single platform for enhanced visibility, accessibility and manageability.

It will allow customers to self-deploy and manage cloud network products from major providers including Microsoft AzureGoogle Cloud, Alibaba Cloud, Huawei Cloud, Tencent Cloud, Baidu Cloud Engine and UCloud.

The solution initially covers 60 Cloud Connect points of presence across 47 cities worldwide to enable the management of global cloud and network products from the one platform.

Customers will be able to use the platform to purchase new cloud services and deploy them within seconds, track and monitor service status and usage, troubleshoot problems and manage the product lifecycle.

The iSolutions Cloud Network Service leverages China Mobile International's global footprint to provide 99.99% guaranteed uptime, and the operator's fiber infrastructure in China to provide value-added services.

“Our cloud service provider partners represent the highest level of service in the global cloud market. CMI has recently increased its investment in cable systems, PoPs and data centers,” China Mobile International CEO Dr Li Feng said at the launch event in Hong Kong.

“In collaboration with the world’s finest cloud service providers, we will leverage our combined advantages to provide global enterprises with a one-stop carrier-grade cloud-network solution and customizable attentive professional services.”

First published in Computerworld Hong Kong

 

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