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Leading Netherlands Cloud Hosting Provider Uniserver Accelerates Datacenter Network Provisioning Using Cisco Virtual Topology System

Leading Netherlands Cloud Hosting Provider Uniserver Accelerates Datacenter Network Provisioning Using Cisco Virtual Topology System
Netherland’s cloud hosting provider Uniserver deploying Cisco's Virtual Topology System (VTS) to help with faster provisioning for its automated data center network to launch new services
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Leading Netherlands Cloud Hosting Provider Uniserver Accelerates Datacenter Network Provisioning Using Cisco Virtual Topology System

Leading Netherlands Cloud Hosting Provider Uniserver Accelerates Datacenter Network Provisioning Using Cisco Virtual Topology System

04 Oct 2017
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San Jose, Calif. October 4, 2017— With the goal of continuing to serve its customers with quality and innovative cloud and business solutions, Netherlands-based cloud hosting provider, Uniserver, is partnering with Cisco to help drive its network innovation to achieve greater programmability and accelerate provisioning for its data center network fabric.

Uniserver has deployed Cisco Virtual Topology System (VTS), a standards-based, open software-overlay management and provisioning system that will bring sophisticated network provisioning for virtual and physical infrastructures. This capability has enabled Uniserver to reduce the time to deploy new services with high scalability and flexibility.

“Continuously innovating and investing in new network technologies is essential to provide our customers with quality services and offer the most reliable cloud infrastructure,” said Chango Eersel, Director Operations, Uniserver. “With the support from Cisco and VTS, our automated data center network has allowed us to rapidly offer new services and solutions  to our customers and partners.”

With the deployment of Cisco VTS, Uniserver has also benefited from:

- Increased simplicity and a repeatable process for high-quality, error-free provisioning.

- Transparent Integration,  providing support for existing multivendor infrastructure and operational systems like OpenStack and vCenter.

- Faster network provisioning.

Cisco offers the breadth and depth of solutions in the programmable data center solution space, from ACI to VTS to programmable switching infrastructure covering different levels of automation and abstraction, along with a comprehensive suite of data center switching and server platforms.

“Our focus is to help service providers such as Uniserver, as well as enterprise operations teams, reduce network configuration complexity and enhance the agility of their multi-tenant cloud environments, which is in line with Uniserver’s mission of simplifying complex IT,” said Jonathan Davidson, SVP/GM Service Provider Networking, Cisco. “We are pleased to see Uniserver provide quality of services to its partners with adoption of this technology. We are committed to continue to support them in their network transformation journey.”

Cisco is leading the disruption in the industry with our technology innovations in systems, silicon, optics, services and security, and our unrivalled expertise in mass-scale networking, automation, optical, cable access, video, and mobility.  This enables service providers, media and web companies to reduce cost and complexity, help secure their networks, and grow revenue.

Additional Supporting Resources

- Blog: State of the Art Network for Uniserver

Cisco Virtual Topology System

Cisco Service Provider business

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