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NEW YORKóVerizon Enterprise Solutions today announced a memorandum of understanding with SAP that outlines plans to deploy the SAP HANA platform in Verizonís data centers, making it available to customers across Verizonís cloud offerings, including eCloud, Managed Hosting and the new Verizon Cloud. SAP HANA is SAPís market-leading in-memory platform. This is the most recent enterprise-class service to be added to Verizonís cloud environment, as the company creates the enterprise cloud ecosystem.

Verizon brings the full power and functionality of enterprise-class technology to the cloud while providing clients flexibility and control over their cloud environment. The company is developing an ecosystem of enterprise technologies that are designed to run on Verizonís Infrastructure as a Service platform.

SAP HANA is at the core of SAPís cloud vision and momentum, helping companies scale to new innovation and IT simplification levels. SAP HANA was introduced to the market two years ago and has since gained more than 3,000 customers.

Verizon Cloud, announced in October 2013 and currently in beta, provides clients with performance, flexibility and control in their cloud environment. Companies interested in learning more about Verizonís cloud infrastructure can visit the Verizon Enterprise Solutions website.

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