SK Holdings C&C, a provider of IT services in Korea, has selected IBM as the cloud infrastructure services provider for the digital transformation of its enterprise clients.
Jointly, the companies intend to drive over $200 million as a result of this collaboration over the next five years.
SK Holdings C&C will use IBM Cloud to run solutions for various industries including public, financial services, telecom and manufacturing.
The company will also work with IBM to deliver its Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings and Platform as a Service (PaaS) capabilities for developing these services and solutions on the IBM Cloud.
SK Holdings C&C will benefit from IBM Cloud services, including bare metal servers, virtual servers, storage, security, networking and other hybrid cloud services to address the needs of clients.
IBM and SK Holdings C&C will also build a public cloud center, located in Pangyo, South Korea next year. Customers in Korea can access to more than 40 IBM Global Cloud data centers to manage their data more securely and efficiently across global markets.
SK Holdings C&C PaaS and SaaS solutions delivered on the IBM Cloud will include its IT development solutions and services platforms. SK Holdings C&C will provide cloud management services to enterprises, such as 24×7 monitoring and provisioning, and cloud infrastructure management.
Robert LeBlanc, senior vice president, IBM Cloud, said that the combination of SK Holdings C&C’s solutions with IBM’s cloud capabilities will give customers the ability to compete on a global scale.