Taeknizon, a private cloud service provider focused on Asia and the Middle East, and French cloud services and hosting service provider, Iliane, have selected HPE GreenLake for their operations.
Thanks to this partnership with HPE, Taeknizon will be able to satisfy rising demand from end customers and elastically scale up services as needed.
Iliane’s requirements for flexibility, security, manageability, and quick resource delivery are met by the HPE GreenLake platform, which allows Iliane to govern its IT and cloud solutions with extraordinary freedom.
As a Singapore-based service provider, Taeknizon was looking to extend its regional presence in the fast-growing Middle East sector. Taeknizon’s goal with this development is to become a specialist provider of technological services in the Middle East, including multi-cloud solutions, data management, data security, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Robotics, cybersecurity, and data center colocation.
With these new services, Taeknizon is expanding its operations with a lower upfront capital expenditure and more scale-up capability, giving them the agility and flexibility to maximize ROI by aligning infrastructure spend with end-customer demand.
The HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform was chosen as the foundation for Taeknizon’s new services in the UAE, allowing them to monitor infrastructure usage with real-time consumption analytics and reduce time to market for additional services thanks to the HPE GreenLake platform’s 40 percent additional buffer capacity.
“We are pleased to be working with Hewlett Packard Enterprise, giving our customers state-of-the-art solutions and a powerful platform to achieve their digital transformation aspirations through the HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform,” said Anithan Chandran, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Taeknizon Middle East Information Technology. “Partnerships like this offer a great value which will contribute to the realization of UAE’s Digital Government Strategy 2025.”
“Today, 94% of all companies operating in the UAE are SME’s. We at HPE are committed to foster innovation and local entrepreneurship, and Taeknizon’s as a service model caters to the requirements of SME’s and aligns with our vision to empowering youth and the local start-up community,” said Ahmad AlKhallafi, managing director, UAE, Hewlett Packard Enterprise. “We are proud to extend the HPE GreenLake global partner ecosystem with Taeknizon and enable them to grow their business with full financial flexibility and predictability from the widest portfolio of on-premises cloud services that will allow them to meet customer demand. This partnership with further fuel local entrepreneurs with latest technologies to accelerate their business and contribute towards the growth of the UAE’s economy.”
Taeknizon is working on this HPE GreenLake engagement with Logicom Distribution, a key HPE Distribution Partner, and a regional distributor of IT solutions and services covering a wide area in Europe, Middle East and North Africa.
Iliane’s previous platforms were overburdened, and modernizing their sophisticated infrastructure was necessary to fulfill substantial business demand and meet their service delivery deadlines. Iliane needed a solution that would shorten their time to market and boost efficiency while lowering their power expenses and carbon impact.
The new HPE GreenLake solution is scalable and adaptable, and it combines mission-critical, high-performance storage with proactive audits and capacity planning services from two new datacenters in western France. HPE GreenLake also fulfills high flexibility needs by making capacity accessible on demand.
“We provide reliable, high performing and long-lasting solutions to our customers, so we need an innovative storage solution that will scale up with the increasing demand of the market today,” said Eddy LE NENES, General Manager at Iliane. “The HPE GreenLake platform provides budget predictability and control over our expenses without compromising on the scalability, flexibility, or level of support we require to meet our customers’ needs.”
“HPE worked closely with Iliane to fully understand what was required of their IT and approached this not only as a technical refresh, but also as a solution to meet the future needs of their business long term,” said Paul d’Alena, Channel Director at HPE. “HPE GreenLake is a game-changer for service providers like Iliane, who have increasing demands and a need for resiliency to offer a seamless cloud experience.”
HPE assisted Iliane’s cloud division in implementing a cloud-native data infrastructure utilizing the HPE Alletra 9000 to provide efficient and robust storage provided in a cloud experience, in addition to replacing the storage system in a pay-per-use model. The HPE Synergy 480 Gen 10 solves the growing need for computing capacity, while the HPE GreenLake dashboard and consumption analytics site allow Iliane to successfully manage their environment using a cloud-native manner.
The goal is to become a specialist provider of technological services in the Middle East, including multi-cloud solutions, data management, data security, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Robotics, cybersecurity, and data center colocation
HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform is used to monitor infrastructure usage
The new HPE GreenLake solution is scalable and adaptable
Combination of mission-critical, high-performance storage with proactive audits and capacity planning services from two new datacenters in western France
Provides budget predictability and control over expenses without compromising on scalability, flexibility, or level of support needed to meet customer needs
HPE assisted Iliane’s cloud division in implementing a cloud-native data infrastructure