According to ZTE, "With the 'CoCloud' operating system at its core, ZTE's cloud computing solutions consist of various platforms to manage IT resources, virtual computing, cloud operating management and cloud security'¦[that] cover all industries from traditional telecoms markets to government and enterprise markets."
According to ZTE President Shi Lirong, the company expects that one third of its total revenue will come from cloud computing within the next years.
Mr Wang Wei, SVP of ZTE said that in its traditional telecom-class market, ZTE hopes to become one of the top three solutions providers in the market for operators, providing an entire range of solutions including PaaS (Platform as a service), SaaS (Software as a service), and IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service).
"On the one hand, [we] will put the traditional applications of its operator customers in 'cloud', to re-plan resources against pipes such as the scattered base-stations, redundant storage assets, and servers with unbalanced workload; to maximise the efficacy of assets," ZTE said. "On the other hand [we] will also work together with the operators to implement innovations in areas including business cloud and application cloud, to explore the industry's vast opportunity."
ZTE says it has developed its own definition of cloud computing "after several years of R&D and experience in cloud computing" and that, compared to the traditional OS, ZTE's CoCloud cloud operating system "accelerates the dynamic transfer of the resources through service process displaying, intelligent resource template suggestions, good adaptation and heterogeneous management of the services."
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