Telco clouds reach new heights with Ubuntu OpenStack

Canonical

on 18 August 2014

Ubuntu OpenStack is not only the world’s most popular OpenStack distribution, but also the most dominant among so-called “OpenStack super-users”. Canonical works with 7 of the world’s largest Telcos to roll out innovative cloud services for internal and external customers. In the past year, the portfolio of products and services Canonical offers to Telcos and Service Providers has grown significantly, from training and proof of concept support, to design, implementation, and even management of an entire cloud environment. This factsheet summarises the offers available to Telcos and where to find out more information.

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