How Ubuntu OpenStack makes the cloud work for telcos and SPs

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on 11 March 2015

How Ubuntu OpenStack makes the cloud work for telcos and SPs

Telcos and Service Providers expect near 100% uptime and the flexibility to scale their infrastructure up and down on-demand. This requires a proven cloud platform that minimises time-to-revenue and ensures predictable costs.

Here’s why you should consider Ubuntu OpenStack for your next cloud project:

  • Up to 75% of OpenStack clouds are built on Ubuntu OpenStack.
  • Up to 70% of leading public cloud workloads run on Ubuntu OpenStack.
  • We work with seven of the top 10 service providers globally.
  • Ubuntu’s state-of-the-art management tools make hardware provisioning and cloud services orchestration quick, easy, and hassle-free.

Discover why Ubuntu OpenStack enables Telcos to maximise margins, reduce the costs and risks of introducing new value-added services and speed up time-to-revenue.

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