China Intelligence Completes Data Center Virtualization Project for Hebei Maritime Safety Administration

Virtualization and cloud computing company China Intelligence Information Systems has completed the third and final phase of a data center virtualization project for Hebei Maritime Safety Administration of China, implementing a new infrastructure platform that is faster and more stable and secure.

Hebei MSA is the governmental agency that oversees all safety matters in Hebei Province related the sea including shipping. According to China Intelligence’s Thursday announcement, its subsidiary Beijing PowerUnique Technologies crafted a customized virtualization solution for Hebei MSA to support faster data response speed, and remote disaster tolerance, as well as providing a state-of-the-art back up infrastructure.

The project began in October 2010, and the final phase came to a close when PowerUnique finalized the integration of the new platform across all Hebei MSA’s desktops and hardware solutions.

“China Intelligence has quickly expanded its client base across several industries, including the Chinese government,” China Intelligence president and CEO Kunwu Li said in a statement. “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.”

China Intelligence offers solutions in partnership with companies including VMware, Vizioncore and CA Technologies. The company has gained recognition as a leading partner including Infrastructure Virtualization Competency Partner of the Year at VMware Partner Exchange 2011.

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