Carbon60 Networks Cited in report on HPE’s cloud plan for launch in CDN Canada’s Channel Voice for IT Magazine November 11, 2015 November 11, 2015 —Toronto, CDN Magazine’s October 2015 issue, which can be viewed here, covers the much anticipated strategy for Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) for making cloud their focus moving forward. HPE is in the midst of a transformation with a renewed focus on cloud and becoming a hybrid cloud infrastructure and cloud solution provider. In the article, CDN lays out out 4 key areas moving forward for HPE: Transformation to a hybrid infrastructure, which will be centered on cloud; Protection of digital enterprises, which will have a heavy focus on security; Empowering the data driven organization that will be the company’s big data and analytics play; and Enabling workplace productivity that will look to address mobility. This transformation marks the core of the HPE separation and showcases the company’s plans on their digital journey and how they are differentiating themselves from HP. With 160 worldwide HPE solution providers under the Cloud Builder partner program, Carbon60 Networks is one of the few in Canada. Carbon60 Networks has built its cloud on HPE infrastructure and CEO, John Witte, called HPE a “true partner” as they are going-to-market together. Carbon60 Networks has built its platform on the HP Helion CloudSystem and, over the past seven months, has worked with HPE under the Cloud Builder partner program. Carbon60 has since launched two cloud facilities in Toronto, Ont. and Kelowna, B.C. About Carbon60 Networks Carbon60 Networks Inc. specializes in “end-to-end” hosting solutions for public and private sector organizations with business-critical IT workloads. Carbon60 has a “multi-origin” cloud hosting infrastructure which allows websites and applications to be hosted across geographically diverse regions around the world. Carbon60‘s solutions integrate robust, cost-effective development, quality assurance, staging, production, and disaster recovery services backed by a 99.99% SLA.