Goodbye IT infrastructure

Welcome Hyperscale
We believe that the largest transformation of IT infrastructure is beginning right now, and
it will reshape IT as we know it. No longer just a support function, IT infrastructure will be
designed to drive top line revenue growth and strategic advantage. This kind of
transformation is what Ericsson has always done. Welcome to the world’s first
industrialized hyperscale infrastructure…

Industrialize and Accelerate
Today’s datacenters are inflexible and inefficient. Way overprovisioned. Burdened with rigid
products, technologies, and architectures.
The problem: the infrastructure is dictating the business, instead of the other way around.
It’s time to say goodbye to traditional IT infrastructure.
Say hello to the new era of digital industrialization. To a datacenter designed as a digital factory:
hyperscalable, software-defined, automated, and accessible in a way that you’ve never seen
before.
This revolution requires us to look through a different lens and imagine what is possible. The
time is now: either you change the game or the game changes you! This is the Networked
Society, and it is bringing major opportunities, together with daunting challenges: the explosion
of data, advanced analytics, new digital technologies, the Internet of Things, 5G, mobile
networks.
With Ericsson Cloud, we are laying the foundations required for digital industrialization:


The Ericsson Hyperscale Datacenter System 8000 family — hyperscale infrastructure
that will drive your top line.
A global alliance with cloud pioneer Amazon Web Services that will simplify, fast-track,
and institutionalize the convergence of mobile infrastructure and public cloud.
A strategic partnership with Quanta Computer to industrialize and accelerate hyperscale
infrastructure globally. Coupled with leadership of the Open Compute Project (OCP) as a
platinum member, Ericsson will drive the design of openness of Intel Rack Scale
Architecture into OCP, and with our new friends at Quanta Computer, will jointly
produce and distribute supporting products and options.

right. with all the daily network and trouble complaints coming from left. I don’t know how to say sorry to that particular person. sana masuklian kahit respeto man lamang. Wag nyo na gawin… move on na tayo… mas marami pang trouble. Nevertheless. Are we in the same boat or not? Think what is happening. Just think of that person affected. O baka maging panibagong issue na naman ito ha at iforward din…. I do hope that each one of us will learn from our own mistakes and from others as well. shielding our incapacities and failures and yet still thinking for this department’s welfare. Your Superiors are absorbing it all. top and bottom. Peace to all! God bless! Elmer B. I thought that the issue will die out since I have no control of it. alam kong wala sa character nyo magalit kasi sobrang bait ninyo. 2016 that cause pain in one very good person though unintentionally. Sir Joseph and Ma’am Jeanne have many visions for this particular department and that includes all of us. I am not aspiring for any career just a decent respectable job for my family. But now hearing that someone forwarded that email to different persons or group is an irresponsible act… Common sense lang po sana para di na lumalala pa. Thanks! . planning at documentation ang need ng focus natin. Where’s the respect? I don’t want to be quiet anymore! This issue needs to be stopped! I am not an asshole but I can be. Placio PS. Can we give them our respects and support they deserve? Can’t we be united for the growth of our department? Or for our bosses? Or for our co-workers? Or for ourself? Sorry Sir Joseph and Ma’am Jeanne. it happened and I can’t stop it.Masaya n ba kayo? I have committed a mistake of missending an email to “AllNOC” list last May 2.