IBM will provide computing products to energy and environment engineering firm Thermax Ltd, aiming to help Thermax centralize its services and assess new offerings in cloud computing environment..
Thermax picked IBM’s SmartCloud and PureSystems to upgrade its information technology infrastructure, IBM said Thursday.
IBM implemented its SmartCloud technology on the PureSystems and Citrix XenApp server sand virtualized applications on Flex System to optimize tasks and to help Thermax appropriate resources.
Rahul Bindal, IBM’s country leader of PureSystems within the systems and technology group in India, said IBM’s technology aims to help Thermax run its applications in the cloud and to help employees work with increasing numbers of clients.
“At the moment the solution is being rolled out to 1,000 users at Thermax’s manufacturing facilities in Pune and Baroda and the power consumption has already decreased dramatically – by close 70-80 percent,” added Anil Nadkarni, Thermax chief information officer.
Thermax develops and maintains engineering offerings for customers in the energy and environmental sectors.