Every telco seeks to boost agility and drive down cost. Whether you are looking at new products and services, or at the way your own employees work together, cloud delivery is now an essential part of the picture.
We look at cloud services for telecommunications clients from two perspectives.
We ask how telcos can use cloud delivery as a foundation for compelling new product and service propositions for their own consumer and business clients.
And we ask how by adopting cloud models for internal operations, telcos can boost efficiency and agility, while driving out cost.
Atos is resourced and ready with extensive cloud capabilities, to guide you in adoption or indeed, to act as a full cloud provisioning partner.
New cloud models impact security and governance, and here too we have the telco-specific expertise to support your cloud initiatives.
70% of CIOs fear they’ll be uncompetitive by end of 2016 unless they embrace cloud to support digital initiatives.
Why choose Atos?
Atos is committed to practical and affordable business initiatives, and this is clearly demonstrated in our cloud activity for telcos.
Examples range from consumer cloud services through to virtual contact centers, from mobile e-commerce platforms to smart workplace installations.
As experts in integration, Atos will guide your smooth transition to new cloud models.
An extensive portfolio of use cases accelerates adoption without risk.
Zero Capital Expenditure
Using Atos resources gives exceptional agility and scalability without additional capex.
Security and Compliance
Every cloud initiative has implications for trust and compliance and Atos is an expert guide.
Canopy Cloud from Atos
With our dedicated cloud services operation, Atos is helping clients transform the way they do business with the cloud.
For telcos, cloud now means instant extension of innovative client services.
New NFV approaches demand a new kind of decision-making, in which the CTO shifts focus from what works right now to what is going to work right now and deliver the greatest benefit in the longer term.
An article explaining the relationship between networks and datacenters in telecommunications.
Network Function Virtualization promises clear benefits to telecommunications companies operating in increasingly dynamic and competitive markets.
Much of Atos engagement with telcos is now directly impacted by cloud computing and delivery models.
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