CenturyLink Joins Dell Cloud Partner Network; Jeremy Ford, Suku Krishnaraj Comment

CloudCenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) has joined a Dell partner ecosystem to offer a range of cloud-based computing, storage and networking services to government and other enterprise clients.

CenturyLink will deliver infrastructure-as-a-service and platform-as-a-service offerings from its data centers through Dell’s cloud network program, Dell said Thursday.

Suku Krishnaraj, vice president and general manager of cloud at CenturyLink subsidiary Savvis, said the alliance aims to help customers address demanding workloads in the public cloud.

Jeremy Ford, executive director and general manager of Dell cloud services, added the company intends for organizations to build and operate cloud applications by using integrated CenturyLink-Dell products.

CenturyLink wants customers to access its cloud service with a web-based application programming interface and a unified management interface.

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