- Analytics & Modeling - Predictive Analytics
- Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) - Hybrid Cloud
- Logistics & Transportation
- Product Research & Development
- Inventory Management
- Supply Chain Visibility
- Cloud Planning, Design & Implementation Services
- System Integration
The company needed immediate connectivity and visibility into the acquired firm’s geo-distributed operations. It had a highly compressed timeline to integrate the firm’s DDI operations and defer a full network migration.
Global Semiconductor Company
About The Customer
The customer is a global semiconductor company focused on growth through mergers and acquisitions. It acquired a global electronics firm and needed immediate connectivity and visibility into the acquired firm’s operations.
The solution included deploying BloxOne DDI in a hybrid Infoblox NIOS Grid to quickly connect virtual machines (VMs) at remote locations from the Cloud Services Portal (CSP). Infoblox helped build a new regional hub to establish geo-diverse data centers in the United States, Europe, and Asia. The new hybrid architecture modernized existing NIOS DDI data centers and provided four tiers of service for scalability and redundancy.
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