New Delhi : Technology major IBM is gearing up to empower the public sector enterprises (PSEs) in India, following its empanelment as full cloud service provider (CSP) from the Ministry of Electronics and IT (MeiTY).
IBM infrastructure is currently powering 11 out of the 13 public sector banks in the country.
In a statement ,the company said that the MeitY empanelment will enable the Indian public sector tap into the industry’s most secure and open cloud platform to drive innovation and growth.
IBM (India/South Asia) Managing Director Sandip Patel said Indian public sector can now access the industry’s most secure and open cloud platform to drive transformation/innovation and growth.
The company also launched IBM Cloud Satellite to boost its hybrid cloud ambition in the country.
IBM Cloud Satellite is a unifying layer of cloud services, available across all locations, to offer businesses high levels of control over critical data delivered via IBM Cloud, regardless of where their data resides.
Clients can deploy cloud services securely in any environment and in any public cloud, private cloud, on-premises, or at the edge.
– SANJEEV JASROTIA