HCL Infosystems on Thursday launched its end-to-end cloud-based computing solution service — O'zone — mainly aimed at enterprises, mid-sized organisations and professionals.

“HCL O'zone will deliver the benefits of reduced capital expenses, increased data security, increased flexibility through server consolidation, reduced power and cooling, green computing and disaster recovery. The solution will also provide 24x7 technical support to manage scalability and deliver optimum performance,” company Executive Vice-President George Paul told journalists here.

“We have been able to create a delivery framework which will support its new ‘Infrastructure as a Service' (IaaS) and ‘Software as a Service' (SaaS) model. Our solutions will benefit the users with reduced fixed costs and predictable operational expenses for business, and increased adaptability in the dynamic market environment,” he pointed out.

HCL O'zone will offer a plethora of services with multi-tenancy enablement, performance testing, pricing structure management, service catalogue management, provisioning and administration, access control and policy control, service delivery platform integration and application management enablement.

A significant step

Meanwhile, HCL Infosystems announced the acquisition of 60 per cent stake in Dubai-based NTS Group.

NTS, a ‘total solutions' provider ranging from IT hardware to software services and consulting, has partnered leading enterprises in the region building customised solutions for a host of business needs.

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