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Bengaluru | Tuesday, 2018 5:45:04 PM IST
Cloud infrastructure and business mobility leader VMware on Tuesday announced a partnership with Cloud Services provider NxtGen to offer solutions to enterprises across Public Cloud and on-premises data centres.

The companies unveiled an expanded set of products and services as part of the "NxtGen Infinite Data Center", which is delivered from NxtGen's data centers located across Mumbai and Bengaluru.

"Service providers like NxtGen can leverage VMware technology to help customers from decreased time to market, reduced capital expenditure and lowered development costs to stay competitive," said Arun Parameswaran, Managing Director, VMware India.

Extending the data centre network using VMware NSX, NxtGen's "VMware NSX" deployment can extend a customer's on-premise infrastructure, thereby enabling cloud bursting.

Enterprises can also leverage new security and load-balancing capabilities.

"We look forward to continuing to strengthen NxtGen's vision of an 'Infinite Data Center' through our partnership with VMware," said A.S. Rajgopal, CEO, NxtGen.

--IANS na/bg

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2018-01-23-17:10:07 (IANS)

 
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