Hitachi Data Systems (News - Alert) Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., is celebrating the occasion of winning its 1000th customer in the Communications, Media and Entertainment (CME) market.
Hitachi Data Systems provides information technologies, services and solutions that help companies improve IT costs and agility. With approximately 5,900 employees worldwide, the company does business in more than 100 countries and regions.
“This is an incredible milestone in our history,” said Dwight DeClouette, vice president, Worldwide Communications, Media and Entertainment, Hitachi Data Systems. “For over a decade we have worked diligently to build a customer-centric culture supporting our clients with the tools and resources they need to successfully manage their storage solutions. From technology to exceptional customer service, training, and support, our customers have rewarded us with loyalty that is reflected in the numbers.”
Hitachi Data Systems has been catering to the needs of its customer offering them products and services specifically designed for CME environments. These solutions promise to offer capabilities that help customers deal with critical challenges in capacity, performance and reliability.
The company’s CME portfolio includes reliable distributed object store, Hitachi Content Platform (HCP), to the high-performance and advanced Hitachi NAS Platform, and the intelligent, easy-to-manage Hitachi Unified Storage (HUS) family. HDS systems are installed globally in 9 of the top 10 telecom companies by revenue.
“We have relied on Hitachi Data Systems IT infrastructure for years when providing cloud-based business critical BSS solutions and services for telcos and service providers. The availability of Hitachi Data Systems solutions has always been flawless and we look forward to continued success together,” said Liisa Grant, CEO
Hitachi Data Systems and its partners plan to demonstrate their product and solution at the 2013 Mobile World Congress conference, February 25-28 at the Fira Gran Via Congress Hall in Barcelona, Spain.
Edited by Brooke Neuman