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NoMachine, Babylon Cloud partner to deliver centralised ICT resources

NoMachine
Monday 27 October 14

NoMachine, global provider of remote access and desktop delivery products, and Babylon Cloud, Italian start-up of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IAAS), today announced a partnership that will enable companies to deploy and access a complete set of cloud…

NoMachine, global provider of remote access and desktop delivery products, and Babylon Cloud, Italian start-up of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IAAS), today announced a partnership that will enable companies to deploy and access a complete set of cloud-based services hosted on a variety of platforms. Through this collaboration Babylon Cloud will give organizations the ability to centralize their entire ICT infrastructure, not only data storage, but also optimization of access to applications, desktops and other services from any device and location.

The partnership sees NoMachine collaborate for the first time with a hybrid and public cloud service provider in Italy, namely Babylon Cloud, permitting the Italian start-up to enhance its own product portfolio currently focused on IAAS, and take the “Italian Cloud” to the next level.

Babylon Cloud combined with NoMachine includes all the technologies needed for an end-to-end enterprise infrastructure solution, offering organizations not only data storage and secure access to it, but enabling administrators to control and deploy thousands of desktops and IT resources in the corporate datacenter, all with infinite scale and flexibility.

“Babylon Cloud is rapidly growing in both market reach and in its ability to customize infrastructure services to serve real customer needs, and we are determined to keep up. In order to consolidate its presence in the market, Babylon Cloud will focus increasingly on partnerships," said Alessandro De Losa, CEO of Babylon Cloud, "and the collaboration with NoMachine is a key step towards a better integration of our IAAS offering with customers' operations."

“We're excited to be partnering with Babylon Cloud and look forward to driving IAAS adoption in Italy while creating increased value for our joint clients as a result of this partnership,” said Sarah Dryell, Business Development Manager of NoMachine.


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