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IBM and FONAFE Bring Cloud Computing to Critical Government Services in Peru

LIMA, Peru ARMONK, N.Y. Feb. 23, 2011 IBM

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As part of the five-year project IBM will consolidate 10 data centers, virtualize more than 130 servers and centralize database administration for approximately 40 applications.  Internet, e-mail and social networking systems, such as chat programs, will be centralized and delivered to more than 3,000 users through the use of cloud computing technology. The government-owned civil services companies that will participate in the project include: Electroperu, Hidrandina, Electrocentro, Electronorte, Electro Noroeste, Corpac, Serpost, Enapu, Fondo Mivivienda and Fonafe.  

Mario Gonzales

These solutions will enable Government companies to increase their competitiveness and cut down operating costs through the creation of a Shared Service Center.  Through the use of cloud computing-technology the FONAFE companies, and eventually other institutions of the public sector, will be able to easily benefit from the advantages offered by the Shared Service Center, thus improving the competitiveness of the Peruvian State in the region.

Jaime Garcia Echecopar Ecuador Bolivia Uruguay Paraguay

February 2011

About FONAFE

US$ 15.8 billion

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Press Contacts

Gissela Cueto

Institutional Image Office

FONAFE

440-4222 Ext 306

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Karina Rojo

Communications Office

IBM Peru

51-1-625-6508

[email protected]

Tara Sucato

Media Relations

IBM U.S.

917.472.3701

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SOURCE IBM

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