Hungarian company Invitel needed to develop a new cloud infrastructure service to offer its enterprise clients a simple and high-performance way to enhance their IT hardware and software resources. The technology behind the service had to handle the simultaneous demands of thousands of clients and let Invitel guarantee the security and independence of customersâ€™ data in a multi-tenanted IT environment.
The company chose servers from Dell powered by the IntelÂ® XeonÂ® processor E5 family, running a virtualized computing environment based on software from VMware and Microsoft Windows* Server 2012. IntelÂ® Trusted Execution Technology (IntelÂ® TXT) ensures the integrity of the virtualized operating environment by protecting against intrusion attempts on BIOS, firmware, and other pre-launch software components. And IntelÂ® Advanced Encryption Standard New Instructions (IntelÂ® AES-NI), built into the processors, supports powerful encryption of data at rest, in applications, and when being transmitted--without impacting performance. The new secure, high-performance infrastructure has helped Invitel stay responsive to its growing customer base and get ready to expand outside Hungary.
â€śBasing our cloud offering on the processing performance of the Intel Xeon processor E5 family has enabled us to deliver the dependable service our business customers require, with data security protection in place to ensure compliance with Hungaryâ€™s laws and regulations," explained Gyongyver Gerlei, interim CSO for corporate business at Invitel. "The technology allows us to plan for the future expansion of the service, knowing that our platform offers the scalability and reliability to achieve this.â€ť
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