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Gert Schoonbee, T-Systems South Africa Managing Director

In an industry disrupting partnership, T-Systems South Africa and Huawei have announced that they will be bringing Open Telekom Cloud (OTC) to local shores.

OTC is a simple, secure and affordable Open Stack Public Cloud platform that will deliver on-demand, pay as you go cloud services to enterprises. With the advent of industry 4.0 and the digitalisation of organisations, OTC will bring the best of global cloud innovation to South Africa and will enable South African organisations to operate and compete on a global scale.

“T-Systems is an established South African brand with local shareholding, that has been in the country for nearly 20 years, we pride ourselves on being in South Africa for South Africa. This extended partnership with Huawei, allows us to bring a new level of innovation to the local market. As a multi cloud provider, we have already been delivering high levels of service quality and price compatibility from our current local Datacentres; OTC will enhance our cloud portfolio and allow us to offer hyper scale computing capabilities on the open stack platform that can rival other global cloud offerings. Given that we are deploying OTC locally in South Africa, we will be retaining the revenue in the country, moreover, it enables us to fully comply with the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPI). In all, we are ecstatic about this as it brings simplicity, security and affordability to our customers,” says Gert Schoonbee, T-Systems South Africa Managing Director.

This partnership, which will see T-Systems adding a new, transformational public cloud offering to its existing portfolio, was officially announced on the 20th April 2017, at the Huawei Eco Connect conference held at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg.

“Huawei has enjoyed a successful partnership with leading global ICT provider, T-Systems, working together on the OTC offering in European and Asian markets. T-Systems South Africa has a strong focus on delivering quality ICT to South Africa and African markets and together we aim to focus on accelerating digital transformation within these borders,” says  Daniel Liu, Huawei Channel Director of Huawei Enterprise Business Group for Southern Africa.

“Our customers are discovering the advantages of the public cloud, but they want a local alternative,” said Gert Schoonbee.

“With the Open Telekom Cloud we can offer a local solution that is simple, secure, affordable, and, that will benefit from the international R&D and development road map of Deutsche Telekom.”

 

 

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