Atos Wins Contract with Safran for IT Infrastructure

| June 27, 2017

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Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, has been selected by Safran, leader in the aeronautics and aerospace sectors, as its partner to optimize datacenters worldwide. The four-year contract runs till 2021 and has the option of a two-year extension.By awarding Atos the contract to optimize its datacenters, Safran is accelerating its digital transformation by securing the best solutions on the market. Atos will deploy a flexible hybrid cloud orchestration service, as well as standardized process management to harmonize Safran’s management of all traditional infrastructures across public and private clouds. For Europe, Atos will work with its operational centers based in France, as well as in Romania and Poland, to provide a strong private cloud platform: Atos Canopy Digital Private Cloud. Services for the Unites States will be provided locally.

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