Telecom Lead India: Zenith Infotech, an Indian IT product company in the US,
has partnered with chip major Intel to launch TigerCloud.
Aimed at mid-size organizations, the private cloud
product combines server, storage and network virtualization technology. It
allows customers to build and have their own sophisticated private clouds at
costs lower than public clouds.
Based on Intel Xeon E3 processor family, TigerCloud is a
three-in-one product, combining private cloud, business continuity and backup
as well as scale out iSCSI storage.
IDC says though cost continues to be an important variable constraining
technology adoption, SMBs are exhibiting a perceptible desire for customized
solutions and products that cater to their unique requirements. IT spending in
SMB will reach record levels in 2012 and as such this market presents huge
Zenith Infotech’s TigerCloud costs 70 percent less than similar converged
infrastructure products from the major multinationals.
Zenith Infotech has invested over Rs.200 crore on R&D
for its private cloud products.
We are proud to announce the launch of TigerCloud, a Private Cloud Computing
solution, based on Intel Xeon E3 processors. This solution will help both
mid-sized as well as large organizations to build their own private clouds at
costs lower than public clouds. TigerCloud as a product is speedier, smarter
and stronger and will endeavour to meet the challenging demands and
expectations of organizations,” said Akash Saraf, chief executive officer of
SMBs with limited resources, and who would like access to the cloud in order to
stay productive and agile, will benefit from TigerCloud based on Intel Xeon E3
The Intel Xeon E3 processor delivers intelligent and
adaptive performance, and reliability – features that would be beneficial to
SMBs. Its built-in 24/7 dependability and advanced security features help users
stay focused on their business – responding quickly to customers,
opportunities, and trends,” said Debjani Ghosh, managing director, Sales and
Marketing Group, Intel, South Asia.