Huawei Cloud Expands its Partner Network with Infosys

Huawei Cloud Expands its Partner Network with Infosys

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Huawei Cloud and Infosys signed a memorandum on strategic cooperation to help enterprise customers transition quickly to the digital cloud. As part of the agreement, Infosys will join the Huawei Cloud Partner Network (HCPN) and the two companies will develop new cloud solutions to help customers securely adopt innovative cloud-based systems for their enterprise workloads.

The HCPN is a global partner program designed to help HCPN partners build success by providing valuable services, and technical, marketing and management support. The HCPN also enables customers to identify high-quality HCPN partners who deliver value-added services and solutions on Huawei Cloud.

By the end of 2018, the number of HCPN partners exceeded 6,000. Through cooperation with these partners Huawei Cloud has added 2,800 applications which are available in 40 availability zones in 23 geographical regions across the globe including Asia Pacific, China, Russia, and South Africa.

“We believe Huawei has the capabilities to provide, secure, sustainable and innovative cloud services to wide-ranging industries. We hope to further expand the HCPN partner ecosystem by identifying and developing partners such as Infosys with deep consulting expertise. Infosys has extensive experience in next-generation digital services and consulting and together with Huawei Cloud’s capabilities, we will help enterprises speed their digital transformation and gain competitive advantage in their industries,” said Edward Deng, President of Huawei Cloud Global Market.

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