T-Systems signs at Zenium Istanbul One

T-Systems Turkey has joined the Zenium ecosystem at Istanbul One.



T-Systems is the corporate customer arm of Deutsche Telekom, one of the world’s leading integrated telecoms companies.  T-Systems Turkey’s decision to take space in Zenium’s state-of-the-art data center confirms its commitment to offer a range of integrated ICT solutions for business customers from the heart of Istanbul.




“Businesses are under increasing pressure to respond to and meet the challenge of more devices, connected via more networks to transport more data,” commented Sinan Kilicoglu, the Managing Director of T-Systems Turkey.  “Our decision to partner with Zenium will enable us to support customers that are determined to embrace the benefits of the digital economy whilst continuing to provide classical ICT services, in a scalable and secure environment.”




T-Systems Turkey’s confidence in Istanbul One has already enabled it to secure its first enterprise customer at the data center. It will provide one of the largest Turkish manufacturing groups with the carrier neutral, highly connected and energy efficient environment it requires to support its growing business.




The partnership will enable existing customers at Zenium Istanbul One to benefit from T-Systems Turkey’s comprehensive range of ICT solutions, including the secure operation of legacy systems, the transformation to cloud-based services (including tailored infrastructure, platforms and software) as well as new business models within the scope of telco related services.




“Security, flexibility, scalability and connectivity are top of the agenda as organisations strive to provide services and compete in an increasingly connected world. We are pleased to be able to provide T-Systems Turkey with a world class solution that delivers the carrier neutral approach to the data center that is essential for its ongoing growth and success,” said Franek Sodzawiczny, Founder and CEO at Zenium.


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