December 17, 2012
Shell renews contract with T-Systems
The biggest IT project of all time
Major contract for secure networks
Deutsche Telekom’s corporate customer unit T-Systems announced the renewal of their business with Shell for another five years by signing a contract for worldwide hosting and storage services.
Under the agreement, T-Systems will continue to provide Shell with data centre infrastructure and computing services around the world. Shell has moved global dynamic SAP services into the cloud, thus adapting the use of information and communication technology to business demand, boosting efficiency and reducing cost.
Use core IT features on demand with flexible SAP services from the private cloud.
Reduce maintenance effort by consolidating and upgrading the application landscape.
Servers and storage on dedicated hardware or as a cloud service.
The Frankfurt Airport wants to grow – and needs continuously expandable IT resources to do so. That's why operator Fraport AG outsourced the data center to T-Systems.
Consumer electronics giant Pioneer benefits from scalable IT resources from the cloud and flexible, pay-per-use pricing.
T-Systems operates ICT landscape for global automotive components manufacturer Sumitomo Electric Bordnetze (SEBN).
Austro-Canadian automotive components supplier Magna benefits from cloud computing for its SAP systems.
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