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IBM’s Cloud Satellite services is expected to propel India’s Hybrid Cloud Growth

IBM’s Cloud Satellite services is expected to propel India’s Hybrid Cloud Growth

To help Indian companies accelerate their hybrid cloud strategies, popular tech giant IBM has launched its Cloud Satellite service. This newly launched service will be available in various locations, and it will also have a standard set of cloud services with AI, toolchains, and databases. It must be noted that IBM has received full Cloud Service Provider empanelment from MeitY. This arrangement will allow IBM to work with Indian public sectors and government agencies. IBM's VP of sales and industry business development, Shailesh Agarwal, has stated that, by launching the Cloud Satellite service, the company is giving clients in retail, financial services, healthcare, government, telecommunication, and more, full access to a secure and consistent set of cloud services.

 He further added that clients can now easily meet the essential data requirements regarding privacy and data sovereignty delivered through IBM Cloud. The company's latest offering would help enterprises to deploy and run applications across public cloud, edge computing, and platforms-on-premises. IBM has partnered with Lumen, a popular enterprise technology company, to integrate the latest offering to Lumen's 180,000 clients. The clients will now have access to hybrid cloud services, and they can now create innovative solutions. The clients will also be able to deploy data-intensive apps in various distributed environments. 

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