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Chinese Company Releases Cloud Computing Platform
Source: China.org.cn
Source Date: Friday, December 10, 2010
Focus: Internet Governance
Country: China
Created: Dec 13, 2010

Jinan Yinquan Technology Co., Ltd., one of the wholly-owned subsidiaries of China Intelligence Information Systems, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: IICN) today releases the first version of its Green2C cloud computing platform: Calm 1.0.


IT infrastructures have become increasingly complex and brittle. Currently, 70% of IT investment focuses on maintenance, leaving little time to support strategic business developments. With users demanding faster response times and management demanding lower costs, IT requires a better strategy. Cloud computing is a new solution to reducing IT complexity. It has become an invaluable consumer service by leveraging the efficiency by pooling demand and self-managed virtual infrastructure. Cloud computing is central to an enhanced IT strategy.


As the leading virtualization solutions provider in China, CIISI sees how cloud computing is changing the IT industry by its business model and infrastructure advantages. The company also foresees that cloud computing will be the development super-trend for the virtualization industry. In order to capture the first mover opportunity of the market, the Company has decided to develop the cloud computing platform.


The platform, based on virtualization technology, is developed as a basic cloud computing infrastructure with various cloud modules, including private cloud, government cloud and business cloud. The platform aims to provide uniform, standardized and automated management services to organizations which have IDCs (Internet Datacenters) and other datacenters, such as telecom carriers. The platform, designed under the "service-oriented infrastructure management" concept, focuses on integrating basic infrastructures in organizations' datacenters by abstracting and managing computing resources within the environment. The Calm platform's core technology is to deploy applications in the Cloud (web-based environment) and provide uniform, standardized and automated management during the entire life cycle of the applications including development, deployment, execution, update and offline. The Calm platform realizes on-demand creation, rapid deployment and intelligent management, and represents a new innovative way to reconfigure solutions from the cloud resources for its next version.


The Company will operate this platform as a carrier to provide virtual machine leasing services to organizations. It will also develop customized cloud computing platforms and provide on-demand services to the companies with IDCs and other datacenters.


The Company expects to release updated versions of the cloud computing platform on a regular basis and will integrate a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model.


For customers, Calm 1.0 of the Green2C Cloud Computing Platform makes CIISI an even better vehicle for cost savings coupled with revenue generation. For investors, the Green2C platform showcases CIISI's leadership in technological innovation.

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