EMS launches cloud enablement with Fujitsu

vShape platform to provide an integrated cloud and mobility solution to organisations
Zulfiqar Khan, CEO, EMS
Zulfiqar Khan, CEO, EMS


EMS, a provider of mobility solutions and services has entered into a partnership with Fujitsu. With this strategic partnership, EMS will provide cloud infrastructure to enterprises and service providers on converged infrastructure from Fujitsu’s vShape, a reference architecture that replaces a server infrastructure with a virtualised environment.

Zulfiqar Khan, CEO, EMS said : “We are proud to announce our partnership with Fujitsu which will bring simple and convenient cloud infrastructure services to organisations and service providers through vShape. This platform enables us to provide an integrated cloud and mobility solution to our customers and will also assist them to launch private cloud services" .

Fujitsu’s vShape incorporates technologies from NetApp, Fujitsu, and Brocade, along with bundled VMware Technology for a unified platform to deploy cloud for enterprises and service providers.

“We believe enterprise mobility is one of the most rapidly changing aspects for IT. As organisations look to make the transition to virtualization and cloud within their IT environments, they are searching for solutions that are easy to deploy, simple to configure and can scale along with their needs over time. It is Primeflex vShape’s flexibility that enables enterprises to do just that, regardless of how far they are on the road to virtualisation. Our converged platform, and collaboration with EMS will enable customers to modernise their IT ecosystem,” added Farid Al-Sabbagh, VP & managing director at Fujitsu Middle East.


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