Partnership to deliver cost efficient, secure private cloud solutions for Federal Government Agencies
Optus Business will partner with Canberra Data Centres (CDC) to deliver a Federal Private Cloud solution aimed at delivering a cost effective, highly secure private cloud service as Federal Government agencies move multiple services to the cloud as part of their digital strategies.
Canberra Data Centres operate four centres across two data centre campuses in the ACT with more than 40 Government departments currently utilising CDCs’ data centre ecosystem.
John Paitaridis, Managing Director, Optus Business said, “As government and enterprise accelerate their digital transformations, we are seeing a rapidly increasing demand to transition services to the Cloud.”
“This new partnership with CDC enables Optus to offer secure private cloud solutions including IAAS, Managed Storage and Disaster Recovery as a Service immediately and a facility to house our UCaaS and CCaaS offerings for the local Canberra market, showcasing Optus’ ICT credentials to deliver an expansive range of services for Government (and enterprise) clients of the CDC.”
Greg Boorer, CEO of CDC, said “We are very excited about working with Optus as we build our data centre services in a cloud native world, offering Government enhanced options to seamlessly interconnect between their traditional infrastructure, private cloud, protected cloud and public cloud environments in one data centre ecosystem is unique and only available from within the CDC ecosystem.”
According to Mr Paitaridis, “Optus Business will deliver a private cloud ‘as-a-Service’ commercial model that is scalable and agile, meeting the needs of customers, both Government and enterprise, who require highly flexible and reliable cloud solutions for their ICT and other services in a secure environment.”
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