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Midokura, Fujitsu Partner on Cloud Tools

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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- Midokura, a global company focused on network virtualization, announced a new partnership with Fujitsu Limited, a leading Japanese information and communication technology company. The companies will offer a joint solution that integrates Midokura's MidoNet network virtualization software with Fujitsu's private cloud platform software, Fujitsu Software ServerView Resource Orchestrator (ROR). The combined technology, based on the popular open source cloud management system, OpenStack, allows enterprise customers to simply and seamlessly build scalable and fault-tolerant multi-tenant private clouds. The joint technology will be available in December 2014.

"We are pleased to partner with Fujitsu to provide the industry with an innovative enterprise- grade joint solution that will vastly simplify the building and management of private clouds," said Dan Mihai Dumitriu, co-founder and CEO of Midokura. "Backed by Fujitsu's broad success and experience in cloud building services, coupled with our powerful network virtualization solution, MidoNet, customers will benefit immensely from our one stop service."

Because MidoNet allows customers to create a virtual network without any change in physical network topologies, enterprises can expect to dramatically reduce the time it takes to build IT systems and business applications. MidoNet is a software-based, highly distributed network virtualization system that allows enterprises and service providers to build, run and manage virtual networks with increased control and flexibility.

Fujitsu's ROR is a private cloud platform software that is globally deployed. The technology enables customers to optimize the cost by effective Information Communication Technology (ICT) resource management and benefit from efficient operation and management.

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