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NTT, the largest telecom company in the world, embarks on activity in Israel

The first collaboration of its kind between an Israeli company, MedOne, and telecom giant NTT. The collaboration will manifest the high technological capabilities of NTT in the field of cloud computing, and MedOne’s extensive experience in all aspects of hosting computing infrastructures of enterprise companies on a private, public or hybrid cloud. The joint investment will amount to some 40 million dollars, and among other things will enable the establishment of two data centers, at two separate sites, and a service center that will operate around the clock, in both routine and emergency times.

Med-1, the leading Israeli data center company, will provide, for the first time ever, cloud computing services with a service level (SLA) of “five nines”

A breakthrough strategic agreement: MedOne has signed a collaboration agreement with the world’s largest telecom company, NTT. The connection with NTT will be through its subsidiary, Dimension Data, and will enable MedOne to provide cloud services to enterprise companies at the highest level of information security currently available, and with an SLA of five nines, in other words a commitment to full cloud operation during 99.999% of the time.

Med-1 Partners With Dimension Data To Offer Enterprise-Class Public Cloud Services

MedOne will collaborate with Dimension Data, one of the world’s leaders in the field of communication and information technologies. The result of the first collaboration of its kind in Israel is the particularly high standard public, private and hybrid cloud services for enterprise companies. The added value for MedOne customers includes maximum agility (a combination of speed and flexibility), an uncompromising standard of information security, and absolute reliability, as the company is committed to normal operation during 99.999% of the time.

NTT launches joint venture in Israel with Med-1

A promising collaboration between NTT, the Japanese telecoms giant, and MedOne, provider of cloud computing services. The link between the companies represents a leap forward in terms of the service offered to enterprise companies, in particular full operation of the cloud for 99.999% of the time, and particularly high quality disaster recovery plans (DRPs). For this purpose, NTT and MedOne are investing some 40 million dollars. The cloud servers will be located in two completely separate data centers, and in addition there will be a 24/7 service center, in both routine and emergency times.

New in Israel: “Iron Dome” against fake websites

A new business continuity plan (BCP) at MedOne. The plan enables the company to assure its customers a maximum level of service even during the most serious incidents that might occur in Israel, including an effective response to damage to physical infrastructure, damage to external inputs such as communications, electricity or water, issues of availability of the human resource and changes in demand for various services. Another important component of the new plan is the promise of survivability of the main communications junctions that connect Israel with the world even in times of war and after natural disasters.

Protection layer to avoid website hijacking

MedOne is collaborating with NTT, the world’s largest telecom company, and together they are setting up a cloud platform with an investment of some 40 million dollars. The strategic agreement was signed with Dimension Data, a subsidiary of NTT, and it enables MedOne to take advantage of all the latest technologies existing today in the field of public, private and hybrid cloud services. The servers will be located in two separate facilities and will give customers maximum survivability and a range of effective solutions for disaster recovery.

The Internet Association deploys a further protection layer for websites in the .il domain

MedOne has joined forces with one of the world’s leading companies in the fields of information technology and communications, Dimension Data. This partnership gives MedOne access to an especially advanced cloud platform with a very high standard of security, impressive speed and maximum operating flexibility. The synergy between the cloud architecture of Dimension Data and the high quality MedOne data centers makes it possible to offer particularly high quality service with an SLA of 99.999%. At Dimension Data they expressed satisfaction with the collaboration with MedOne on the way to exploiting the potential of the entire Middle East.

Algronet to provide cloud computing services to Fattal, valued at millions of NIS

More and more organizations are moving their computing and information systems to external data centers. In order to meet the growing demand, which according to all forecasts will continue to grow rapidly, MedOne is expanding the area of its storage facility in northern Israel. This is most advanced facility in Israel from all aspects – standard of survivability (thanks to extremely sophisticated electro-mechanical facilities), security level (8 rings of different kinds, ranging from guards to a perimeter shaft and biometric systems), power supply (based on a 15MW power station) and service level.

How do you select a business cloud service from the range currently on offer in Israel?

More and more organizations are moving their computing and information systems to external data centers. In order to meet the growing demand, which according to all forecasts will continue to grow rapidly, MedOne is expanding the area of its storage facility in northern Israel. This is most advanced facility in Israel from all aspects – standard of survivability (thanks to extremely sophisticated electro-mechanical facilities), security level (8 rings of different kinds, ranging from guards to a perimeter shaft and biometric systems), power supply (based on a 15MW power station) and service level.

It is far cheaper to change the world using the cloud

An insurance company that wants to enjoy a real advantage over its competitors must demonstrate a particularly high level of business continuity, much higher than required by the regulator – so that its customers can be certain that even in the most extreme situations, when they really need the company’s help, they will receive optimal service. Accordingly, a smart risk management strategy for insurance companies includes high quality disaster recovery solutions. One company that has already implemented this is Migdal, which chose MedOne to protect itself from extreme events.
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