Global scientific publisher Springer has announced that it has selected Verizon's integrated networking solution to help unify Springer's global network infrastructure. Springer works with some of the world’s best academics and authors, delivering high-quality knowledge and information to customers around the globe through its network of 55 publishing houses in 20 countries.
Verizon is providing Springer with a fully managed virtual private networking solution with professional services support. This flexible advanced IP environment can be quickly scaled to accommodate the future deployment of solutions, such as Voice over IP (VoIP) and unified communications. It will enable Springer to adopt a more consistent approach to information delivery and streamline the company's IT operations.
The net result will be a more efficient and cost-effective operation, capable of delivering information to Springer's researcher, student and professional customers when and how required. Jaap Schipper, Springer's head of network and telephony, said, "Verizon connects, monitors and manages the private network that connects Springer companies. Within this network, we are able to assign priorities to the various types of network traffic, which has a positive effect on our critical business applications."
Verizon delivers integrated IT and communications solutions via its high-IQ global IP and mobility networks to enable businesses to securely access information, share content and communicate. Verizon is rapidly transforming to a cloud-based "everything-as-a-service" delivery model that will put the power of enterprise-class solutions within the reach of every business.
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