M7 Managed Services Ltd. announced that it will be leading the way to handling big data from the newest 4G network, Yahoo! Finance reports. M7 will be going to the Mobile World Congress (News - Alert) 2013 from February 25-28, where managing director Neil Cornish will be showcasing M7's partner services for the telecommunications sector.
Mobile World Congress 2013 is the world's largest exhibition of the mobile industry and gives industry experts the chance to share their ideas and theories for the industry. M7 will be there to show off its joint initiative with the Welsh Government to bring global ICT providers to South Wales.
At the Mobile World Conference 2012, it secured a contract to provide IT infrastructure and support for one of the U.K.'s largest telecommunication rollouts with Global ISV.
“We continue to work with our partners and customers to understand how businesses can maximize their return on the collection of big data available from the emerging 4G network market,” Neil Cornish said. “Not only can we provide the IT infrastructure and support required for these new projects, but through our partnership with IBM (News - Alert) and our ISVs we can now offer a fully integrated solution that will enable large Telco providers to manage the unprecedented levels of data that 4G network will deliver. Our financial model allows customers to deploy their monitoring and management solutions through their Opex budgets, easing pressure on already strained capital budgets.”
M7 Managed Services is an IBM premier business partner and works with the computer company to become the U.K.'s center of competence for IBM in the telecommunications sector. It will be one of the first managed services companies to offer solutions through IBM Pure Systems.
M7 offers solutions and IBM infrastructure for businesses in cost-effective ways.
Edited by Braden Becker