China Intelligence Completes Datacenter Virtualization Project for the Hebei Maritime Safety Administration of China
JINAN, China, Dec. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ — China Intelligence Information Systems, Inc. (“China Intelligence”, “the Company”) (PINK: IICN), who offers virtualization technology application and cloud computing related consulting service, products, solutions and implementation service in the People’s Republic of China, has completed the third phase of the datacenter virtualization project for Hebei Maritime Safety Administration of China (“Hebei MSA”). Hebei MSA is a governmental agency who oversees all matters related to the safety of the sea including shipping of the Hebei Province.
Beijing PowerUnique Technologies Co., Ltd. (PowerUnique), China Intelligence’s wholly owned subsidiary, designed and implemented a customized virtualization solution for Hebei MSA which was broken down into three phases. During the first two phases of the project, PowerUnique assisted Hebei MSA through its subsidiary, Qin Huang Dao MSA, in completing the design of the project as well as establishing a virtualized datacenter platform. The new platform supports a faster data response speed and includes remote disaster tolerance with a state-of-the-art back up infrastructure. The third phase consisted of PowerUnique finalizing the integration process of the new platform to all the desktops and hardware solutions for Hebei MSA. The project which began in October 2010 was completed in November 2011.
Mr. KunwuLi, President and CEO of China Intelligence stated, “China Intelligence has quickly expanded its client base across several industries, including the Chinese government. Our most recent successful integration of our virtualization solution with Hebei MSA has opened the door to work with several other agencies in different locations within the MSA organization. We look forward to a successful working relationship with Hebei MSA and garnering new business from other organizations such as Heilongjiang MSA and Shanghai MSA.”
About China Intelligence Information Systems, Inc.
As the leader in China’s virtualization and cloud computing market, China Intelligence has developed a suite of offerings, including server consolidation, desktop virtualization and disaster tolerance and backup systems, to high-end clients in China, assisting them in flexible usage of their IT resources. China Intelligence also helps its clients establish a cloud computing platform with lower IT costs and increased computing speed up to a thousand times current capability. Furthermore, we help clients establish their datacenter management and disaster tolerance backup center on the Cloud.
China Intelligence’s team of highly qualified management and experienced technical experts provides its clients with a full-range of services including consulting, products and implementation relating to datacenter integration, disaster tolerance and backup, cloud computing as well as desktop virtualization.
China Intelligence also enjoys long-term and close working relationships with partners including VMware Inc., Vizioncore and CA Technologies. As a reflection of our knowledge and expertise, we have gained some of the industry’s highest partner recognition. The depth and breadth of these recognitions reflects our commitment to maximizing customers’ returns on IT investment while minimizing the risk of implementing new technologies. China Intelligence has been named Infrastructure Virtualization Competency Partner of the Year at the VMware Partner Exchange 2011.
Built with perfection, usability and enterprise level features in mind, today our solutions are used by many Fortune 500 companies including State Grid Corporation of China, China Unicome, China Southern Power Grid, China Life Insurance Group, China Huaneng Group and China Power Investment Corporation.
Our government expertise consists of a highly-skilled team, specializing purely in the service and supply of government departments. The team is well-versed in the challenges faced by government organizations of any size. China Intelligence is able to help these clients on virtualization of datacenters, disaster tolerance and backup as well as cloud computing. Some of our governmental clients include, State Administration of Tax and its subordinates, General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People’s Republic of China and its subordinates, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People’s Republic of China and its subordinates, National Bureau of Statistic of China and its subordinates, Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China and its subordinates, and Ministry of Water Resources of the People’s Republic of China and its subordinates.
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