How Ubuntu OpenStack makes the cloud work for telcos and SPs

Canonical

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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