Mastertel Turns to HPE GreenLake to Modernize Its IT Infrastructure and Optimize Costs

HPE | July 15, 2020

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) today announced that Mastertel, one of the largest telecommunications companies in Russia, has selected HPE GreenLake to modernize its IT infrastructure, optimize financial flows, and achieve the flexibility necessary to service the growth of new customers.
Today, the demand of the as-a-service IT model is growing in Russia, as customers seek to gain the cloud experience everywhere, including the benefits of paying for what they use. HPE GreenLake allows customers to enjoy all the benefits of the cloud, such as rapid deployment, scalability and cost efficiency, in a fully controlled local environment – as selected by the customer.

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