IT services provider CSC has joined forces with Cisco, EMC and VMware to introduce a technology stack for cloud computing.
VMware, Cisco and EMC have formed the VCE coalition, which will offer a cloud-based infrastructure on which CSC will build its platform.
Using VCE's Vblock infrastructure made up of server, networking, security and storage services from Cisco, EMC and VMware, CSC said it would help customers migrate business processes to the cloud.
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"We offer the global scale and consulting prowess, multi-vendor systems integration and applications expertise needed to deliver agile and secure business services on the VCE coalition's unified fabric," said Michael Laphen, CSC chairman, president and chief executive officer.
"Our strong and strategic alliance with the VCE coalition helps our clients take full advantage of both the economics and flexibility of virtualisation and cloud computing," he added.
CSC's Trusted Cloud Managed services will use the Vblock as the basis for its infrastructure, platform and software offerings.