August 08, 2011
JINAN, China, August 8 -- China Intelligence Information Systems, Inc. who offers virtualization technology application and cloud computing products in the People's Republic of China, today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Jinan Yinquan Technology Co., Ltd. ("Jinan Yinquan"), has signed a full virtualization project agreement with Shandong Pengxiang Automobile. The total value of the contract is $290,000.
Jinan Yinquan will install a full suite of virtualization infrastructure for Shandong Pengxiang including a datacenter, post-virtualization management and virtualized desktops. Installment will take approximately 20 days after which Shandong Pengxiang will enjoy such benefits as lower operating costs including a reduced number of servers, enhanced datacenter security, higher energy savings and an environmentally friendly solution with reduced carbon emissions. This agreement marks the second within the automotive industry for China Intelligence after successfully working with the Geely Group since February of 2010.
Mr. Kunwu Li, President and Chief Executive Officer of China Intelligence, stated, "Our goal as a virtualization and cloud computing technology provider is to offer corporations a more cost effective and efficient solution to manage their business. Our ability to continue to reach agreements with well known and respected corporations in China, such as Shandong Pengxiang, clearly shows our ability to implement our integrated virtualization solutions for various industries. Worldwide the virtualization and cloud computing industry has experienced strong growth and we strongly believe that through our expertise and strategic partnerships in place with well-known virtualization and cloud computing vendors in the world, we are well positioned to reap the benefits of that growth and ultimately increase value for our shareholders."
About China Intelligence Information Systems, Inc.
As the leader in China's virtualization and cloud computing market, China Intelligence has developed a suite of offerings, including server consolidation, desktop virtualization and disaster tolerance and backup systems, to high-end clients in China, assisting them in flexible usage of their IT resources. China Intelligence also helps its clients establish a cloud computing platform with lower IT costs and increased computing speed up to a thousand times current capability. Furthermore, we help clients establish their datacenter management and disaster tolerance backup center on the Cloud.
China Intelligence's team of highly qualified management and experienced technical experts provides its clients with a full-range of services including consulting, products and implementation relating to datacenter integration, disaster tolerance and backup, cloud computing as well as desktop virtualization.
China Intelligence also enjoys long-term and close working relationships with partners including VMware Inc., Vizioncore and CA Technologies. As a reflection of our knowledge and expertise, we have gained some of the industry's highest partner recognition. The depth and breadth of these recognitions reflects our commitment to maximizing customers' returns on IT investment while minimizing the risk of implementing new technologies. China Intelligence has been named Infrastructure Virtualization Competency Partner of the Year at the VMware Partner Exchange 2011.
Built with perfection, usability and enterprise level features in mind, today our solutions are used by many Fortune 500 companies including State Grid Corporation of China, China Unicom, China Southern Power Grid, China Life Insurance Group, China Huaneng Group and China Power Investment Corporation
Our government expertise consists of a highly-skilled team, specializing purely in the service and supply of government departments. The team is well-versed in the challenges faced by government organizations of any size. China Intelligence is able to help these clients on virtualization of datacenters, disaster tolerance and backup as well as cloud computing. Some of our governmental clients include, State Administration of Tax and its subordinates, General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People's Republic of China and its subordinates, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People's Republic of China and its subordinates, National Bureau of Statistic of China and its subordinates, Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China and its subordinates, and Ministry of Water Resources of the People's Republic of China and its subordinates.
By taking advantage of China's economic growth, support from the Government in China regarding Green IT and demand from our clients, China Intelligence may experience accelerated growth because of advantages in technology and expertise.
About Virtualization Technology
Virtualization is a method for concealing the physical attributes of computing resources to simplify the way in which other systems, applications, or users interact with them.
Virtualization is a technology that can benefit anyone who uses a computer, from IT professionals and Mac enthusiasts to commercial businesses and government organizations. Millions of people around the world use virtualization to save time, money and energy while achieving more with the computer hardware they already own. Using virtualization will also result in higher energy-savings and lower overall emissions, thereby achieving a more environmentally-friendly computing environment.
Virtualization is the inevitable choice for Green IT, and also the infrastructure software technology for cloud computing.
Virtualization can include:
Hardware and Server Virtualization
Network and Storage Virtualization
With virtualization solutions you can:
Consolidate your data center and servers; reduce direct input on servers, cabinets, air conditioners and UPS powers;
Optimize your storage system;
Improve the manageability of your datacenter, and lower operation and maintenance cost;
Improve the system safety protection ability and high reliability;
Reduce carbon emissions;
Reduce the usage of lead acid batteries in computer rooms, which is more environment-friendly;
Reduce desktop hosts and IT garbage; improve manageability and security of desktop;
Improve the deployment and application of software;
Simplify complex tests;
Make disaster tolerance easier and simpler.
About Cloud Computing
Cloud computing is a general term for anything that involves delivering hosted services over the Internet. These services are broadly divided into three categories: Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). The name cloud computing was inspired by the cloud symbol that is often used to represent the Internet in flowcharts and diagrams.
A cloud service has three distinct characteristics that differentiate it from traditional hosting. It is sold on demand, typically by the minute or the hour; it is elastic -- a user can have as much or as little of a service as they want at any given time; and the service is fully managed by the provider (the consumer needs nothing but a personal computer and Internet access). Significant innovations in virtualization and distributed computing, as well as improved access to high-speed Internet and a weak economy, have accelerated interest in cloud computing.
Source: China Intelligence Information Systems
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