TIM goes cloud with IBM, Ingram Micro

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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Brazilian telecom carrier TIM has inked a deal with IBM and IT distributor Ingram Micro to offer IT services in the public cloud, particularly virtualization to major enterprises.

The deal, the contractual terms of which were not disclosed, encompasses the offer of three infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) products to corporate clients: physical server, virtual server and storage. The contractual terms were not disclosed.

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All of the on-demand cloud solutions provided by TIM will run on IBM Cloud, formed by around 60 interconnected datacenters worldwide.

The deal builds up on a previous partnership between Telecom Italia, TIM's controller, and Ingram Micro, which is responsible for the distribution of IBM's Cloud solutions in IaaS and platform-as-a-service (PaaS).