Fujitsu to Transform Damm's IT Infrastructure with Cloud Service K5

Agreement marks the start of a long-term co-creation partnership to encourage the innovative deployment of emerging technologies


Fujitsu has been awarded a contract by leading Spanish brewery Damm to manage its entire IT infrastructure. The Barcelona-based brewer has entrusted Fujitsu with implementing a hybrid cloud infrastructure based on the IT company’s next-generation Cloud Service K5 platform specifically created to enable efficient, easy and cost-effective enterprise-level digital transformation.

Available worldwide, with several regions including Spain, Fujitsu Cloud Service K51 combines Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) to deliver maximum flexibility for Damm, which will also benefit from financing both services and infrastructure on a pay-per-use basis.

This agreement represents the start of a long-term co-creation relationship between Fujitsu and Damm, which both organizations expect will lead to innovative new projects. The partnership will evolve over the next five years, governed by the establishment of a joint innovation committee, whose mission is to assess the business potential of emerging technologies such as the Internet of Things, Big Data, Security, and Mobility.

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