WANdisco wins $450,000 contract with one of the world's largest mobile operators

David RichardsDavid Richards
David Richards
The Yorkshire-based live data company WANdisco has secured a contract with one of the world's biggest mobile operators.

WANdisco has won a contract worth approximately $450,000 with one of the world's top three largest mobile operators by number of subscribers through the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Commercial Marketplace.

This is an initial deal to manage and migrate data across a number of locations.

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The deal is Sheffield-based WANdisco's largest AWS Commercial Marketplace transaction to date, and was secured following an extensive evaluation.

The company has been selected to deliver live data migration and synchronization across multiple locations of on-premise Cloudera.

The customer is one of the top three largest mobile operators in the world by number of subscribers. WANdisco has now secured three contracts with top 10 mobile operators globally, including two in the top three.

WANdisco CEO and chairman David Richards, commented: "It is great testament to the power of our technology that the largest mobile operators in the world have identified WANdisco as the only provider capable of migrating and managing live data sets at scale.

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"This contract reflects our growing momentum with AWS and across the telecommunications sector, with businesses operating in this space typically having exceptionally large live data sets."

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