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Hyperscale data centers in China set to benefit from Coriant/New H3C deal

16 Feb 18

Coriant and New H3C entered into a technology partnership to drive digital transformation in China. 

The duo will collaborate to design communications infrastructure to support a new generation of services and applications for hyperscale data centers, 5G, cloud, industrial internet and the Internet of Things (IoT). 

“We are pleased to be teaming with the ICT leader in China, New H3C,” says Coriant CEO and chairman Shaygan Kheradpir. 

“Like Coriant, New H3C passionately believes in delivering disruptive innovation to deliver step-function results to its customers.”

Coriant’s global customer base includes cloud and data center operators, mobile and fixed line service providers, Web 2.0 content providers, cable MSOs, government agencies, and large enterprises.

Coriant helps its customers maximize the service value of their network infrastructure with its SDN/NFV-enabled portfolio of open, disruptive, and hyperscale solutions and Multi-Sided Platform innovations. 

The strategic agreement draws upon Coriant’s Hyperscale Carrier Architecture (HCA) solutions in packet-optical networking, and New H3C’s suite of ICT solutions for enterprise and service provider customers throughout China.

New H3C Group offers a range of servers, storage, networking, security products and hyperconverged infrastructure and IT management solutions. The Company is also the exclusive provider of HPE branded servers and storage products and technical services in China.

New H3C Group president and CEO Yu Yingtao, “An open, scalable, and software-defined approach to network transformation plays a critical role in delivering agile and efficient digital solutions for today’s enterprises.” 

“We look forward to leveraging Coriant’s thought leadership in these areas and working closely with them to explore a wide variety of advanced communications technologies that will benefit our customers.”

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