IBM has signed a deal to provide managed services provider Cyber Network management and storage technologies intended to help the Switzerland-based company manage information technology base and grow its cloud enterprise.
Cyber Network has implemented IBM’s Flex System and Storwize V7000 storage system in each of its data centers in Geneva in an effort to reduce time spend maintaining IT systems and update its services to cloud customers, IBM said Tuesday.
The IBM Flex System builds on PureSystems, which is designed for customers who want to tailor configurations in computing, networking and storage based on their workloads, the company says.
PureSystems also includes PureFlex System to manage an infrastructure, a PureApplication System for deploying business applications, a PureData System to develop a system with more than 100 databases and an integrated system comprising of PureData and PureApplication Systems for end-to-end tasks.
Cyber Network provides the financial services and insurance sectors with IT hosting and connectivity services.