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4G Network Infrastructure Providers, M7 Managed Services, Plan to Lead the Way at the GSMA Mobile World Congress 2013 - MWC2013

LONDON, February 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

M7 Managed Services Ltd -  http://www.m7ms.co.uk/  - the IT managed services specialist, today announces that it is ready to lead the way as the industry heads towards understanding how to leverage the big data available from a new 4G network. At this year's Mobile World Congress 2013 - MWC2013 on 25-28 February, M7 Managed Services Managing Director, Neil Cornish, will be at Stand 7B106, Hall 7, Fira Gran Via, Barcelona, showcasing M7's partner services that provide hosted and customer-owned solutions to the Telecommunications Sector.

The Mobile World Congress 2013 - MWC2013 - is the world's largest exhibition for the mobile industry and provides an opportunity for industry experts to share theories of what the future holds for mobile. The event continually attracts the largest number and highest-quality attendees of any event in the mobile industry.

M7 Managed Services will be exhibiting at MWC2013 as part of its joint initiative with the Welsh Government to attract global ICT providers to South Wales. M7 is back at MWC following their success at MWC 2012, where they secured a contract to provide the IT infrastructure and support services for one of the largest UK telecoms' roll-outs in 2012, in partnership with a Global ISV.

Neil Cornish, Managing Director at M7 Managed Services Ltd, comments, "We continue to work with our partners and customers to understand how businesses can maximise their return on the collection of big data available from the emerging 4G network market. Not only can we provide the IT infrastructure and support required for these new projects, but through our partnership with IBM and our ISVs we can now offer a fully integrated solution that will enable large Telco providers to manage the unprecedented levels of data that 4G network will deliver. Our financial model allows customers to deploy their monitoring and management solutions through their Opex budgets, easing pressure on already strained capital budgets."

M7 Managed Services is an IBM Premier Business Partner and has recently made significant investment in partnership with IBM in becoming the UK Centre of competence for IBM in the Telecommunications Sector and will be one of the first managed services companies to offer solutions on IBM Pure Systems. To find out how M7 can help with your business infrastructure projects please visit the M7 at Mobile World Congress 2013 at stand 7B106, Hall 7 or call (+44)-1443-657100

About M7 Managed Services

Headquartered in near Cardiff, M7 is a Premier IBM Business Partner that provides simple solutions to complex business problems. M7 combines managed services, technical capability around IBM infrastructure and financing to meet organisations' IT requirements in innovative and cost-effective ways.

Partnering with ISVs under the IBM worldwide Industry Program (ISI), M7 delivers both hosted and customer owned solutions to a global Telecommunications and Media market. M7 Managed Services allows organisations to just get on with their day-to-day business and let someone else manage the IT.

M7 will:

  • Host applications in the M7 data centres
  • Provide a high speed managed network for customers to access these applications, wherever they are
  • Manage Service Levels, Service Desk and Change Management
  • Build in the levels of backup , business continuity and disaster recovery required
  • Stage, test and provide proof of concept facilities prior to enterprise roll outs
  • Work with ISVs and Systems integrators to optimize their solutions on IBM Platforms

M7 already hosts several ERP and MRP solutions, including Baan, SyteLine and Microsoft Dynamics on a shared, virtual platform. Cross industry applications such as Microsoft Exchange, Office, Sun Financials and SharePoint are also hosted along with bespoke customer applications and specialist vertical applications including a mobile CCTV application.

M7 will be one of the first managed services companies in the UK to offer solutions on IBM's new Pure Systems Platform. This next generation, expert system will also underpin many of the new application environments for our ISV Partners rolling out future solutions into the global Telecommunications and Media sectors.

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