Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Solace Systems have collaborated to enable customers to implement big data, mobility and Internet of Things (IoT) initiatives.
Under this deal, both the companies will solve the combined complexity of data volume, coupled with velocity requirements of Big Data in digital transformation and Digital Reimagination initiatives.
Company officials said enterprise customers can reimagine their business processes and achieve results with the new digital solutions and industry expertise provided by both the companies.
TCS will leverage Solace next-generation messaging middleware as part of a private cloud at TCS’ Cincinnati Business Solutions Lab.
Solace helps customers implement and adopt solutions at a lower total cost of ownership (TCO) with its unified platform for linking devices, gateways and datacenters reduces the capital and operating expenses associated with supporting digital initiatives.
“TCS and Solace Systems are bringing to customers around the world the benefits of TCS’ deep domain knowledge and implementation expertise together with Solace’s next generation messaging middleware,” said Raman Venkatraman, global head, Alliance and Technology Unit at TCS.
“The combination of Solace’s technology and TCS’ implementation expertise will make it easier than ever for joint customers to successfully pursue strategic initiatives in areas such as big data, mobility and the Internet of Things,” said Denis King, SVP of Field Operations and Strategic Alliances, Solace Systems.
In January, Velocimetrics and Solace Systems collaborated to demonstrate Velocimetrics’ ongoing commitment to ensuring thatTipOff continues to excel in enabling users to independently monitor and analyze their middleware messaging activities.
Also, Virgin Atlantic selected TCS to provide services to transform and optimize its IT processes, applications and infrastructure in January last year.
Last year in October, Tata Consultancy Services partnered with VMware to drive the adoption of enterprise applications for the software-defined data center.