|By Business Wire||
|May 22, 2014 03:00 AM EDT||
Openwave Messaging Inc., l’un des principaux fournisseurs mondial de solutions de messagerie et de sécurité, annonce la conclusion d’un accord de partenariat avec le cloud souverain Numergy. Ce partenariat permet aux revendeurs et partenaires de Numergy de commercialiser une offre complète de messagerie hébergée par l’acteur du cloud souverain.
Ce partenariat vient compléter l’offre d’infrastructure Cloud de Numergy en proposant une solution de messagerie évolutive, performante, à un faible coût. La mission de Numergy est de fournir aux entreprises et aux organisations publiques des ressources informatiques sécurisées, performantes, et compétitives. Grâce à cette nouvelle offre, les partenaires de Numergy pourront proposer à leurs clients la prise en charge de leurs prestations et le suivi de leurs projets.
« Au cœur de la réflexion Cloud de la DSI, la messagerie requiert des fonctionnalités étendues, une sécurité plus poussée, et doit prendre en compte la localisation des données. Avec une solution reconnue et utilisée mondialement, Openwave Messaging devient un partenaire de premier plan pour l'écosystème de Numergy » explique Frank Bossel, Directeur commercial de Numergy.
Openwave Messaging fournit des solutions de messagerie au niveau mondial. Son portefeuille de produits inclut une offre de messagerie complète optimisée pour les besoins de plus en plus poussés, dont un support capable de prendre en charge plus d’un million de boîtes aux lettres, du stockage illimité, des mesures de sécurité modernes, la gestion des identités, des APIs disponibles, et une haute disponibilité.
« Nous sommes très heureux d’annoncer ce partenariat », commente Pierre-Louis Lussan, Directeur Régional d’OWM pour la Scandinavie, la Belgique, la France, et l’Afrique. « Numergy est un acteur important et dynamique dans le monde du Cloud en France, et nous sommes particulièrement enthousiastes à l’idée de lui fournir, grâce à ce partenariat, nos solutions de messagerie ».
A propos de Openwave Messaging : Openwave Messaging est le premier fournisseur mondial de solutions de messagerie innovants pour les fournisseurs de services et les entreprises. Le portefeuille de produits de classe mondiale comprend un environnement complet de messagerie optimisé pour la plupart des besoins de messagerie complexes d'aujourd'hui, y compris le support pour des millions de boîtes aux lettres, le stockage illimité, les contrôles de sécurité modernes, la gestion des identités, des API ouvertes pour l'intégration interne et externe, avec une haute disponibilité . Les produits de la Société sont disponibles sous forme de logiciel ou de boitiers, et peuvent être déployés sur site, hébergé dans un datacenter ou dans le Cloud. Openwave messagerie est basée à Redwood City, en Californie, et possède des bureaux en Irlande, au Royaume-Uni, Espagne, Allemagne, Italie, Chine et Japon. La Société est une société privée détenue par Marlin Equity Partners, une société d'investissement global. Pour plus d'informations, s'il vous plaît visitez www.owmessaging.com ou suivez-nous sur Facebook ou Twitter @owMessaging.
À propos de Numergy
Créée en septembre 2012, Numergy est une société spécialisée dans la construction et l’exploitation d’infrastructures de Cloud computing à vocation française et européenne. Fort de l’appui de ses actionnaires SFR, Bull et la Caisse des Dépôts, Numergy a été conçue pour devenir une véritable «centrale d’énergie numérique» au service de l’économie et de la croissance. Sa mission : fournir aux entreprises (TPE, PME, ETI et grands comptes) et organisations publiques des ressources informatiques sécurisées, performantes et compétitives. Numergy garantit et s’engage sur la haute disponibilité de son infrastructure mais aussi sur la localisation des données sur le territoire français.
Plus d’informations : http://www.numergy.com; Twitter : @Numergy
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