MADISON – Under an agreement
announced Wednesday, T-Systems International will use
Madison-based MIOsoft’s cloud platform to provide applications
and services to Deutsche Telekom AG.
TSI will deliver the services to Deutsche Telekom, Germany's
largest telecommunications company, using a secure virtual
private cloud, according to a company statement. The agreement
totals more than $8 million, the statement said.
MIOsoft develops and delivers enterprise software and services
for data-centric businesses.
"MIOedge's adoption by T-Systems International and Deutsche
Telekom is not just exciting for us, but also a significant
moment in the industry," said Bert Barabas, MIOsoft's chief
technology officer. "For possibly the first time, major
components of a Global 100 company's critical processes are
running in the cloud.”
A MIOedge virtual cloud uses an external data center, according
to the statement, and the cost-effective operations support a
public cloud while dedicating secured servers to a single
The new agreement is an extension of an existing master
agreement between MIOsoft and T-Systems International, which has
enabled T-Systems to provide cloud computing services using the
MIOedge platform since 2011.