Thursday, 23 February 2012 15:44
South Africa–based systems integrator Dimension Data is launching a mashup of its IT services and the cloudy infrastructure it acquired last year along with OpSource, in a new offering it calls Cloud Solutions.
This cloudy world is still in its early days, so it is no surprise that Dimension Data wants to be a player. And with Nippon Telephone & Telegraph as its parent and OpSource Cloud as a foundation, the company has a good chance of taking on the Amazons and Rackspaces of the world, and carving out some business for itself in the infrastructure cloud racket, especially in its home
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