After strong presence in the USA, Eastern Europe, and other parts of the world, Mirantis is eying on opening new office in France to strengthen its OpenStack cloud computing solutions in the Western part of Europe.
This was announced by the Mirantis Company on June 26, 2014 that it is going to establish a large office premises in the region of Western Europe to strengthen its OpenStack based cloud computing solutions in the region. This large center will consists of the R&D center, Customer Support Center, and Technical Operations Support center for different customers across the Western Europe.
It was further explained in the official statement of the company that Mirantis is working closely with the giant partners of the region such as – Pulsant, Orange, Ericsson and others. This newly established facility would be able to support the cloud computing based operations of the company in this prospective region. Mirantis further informed that the center would be located in the Grenoble, France. The training and consultancy services would also be provided from this center, as was informed by the company statement.
At this occasion, the CEO of Mirantis Adrian Ionel, in his official statement said, “The growing number of Mirantis customers in Europe such as Orange, Ericsson, and Pulsant. The company also hopes to tap into home-grown cloud computing talent in the region. We see Europe not only as a market but also a source of some of the best technical talent in the world.”
Meanwhile, the official statement further elaborated that the France based office would be headed by an industry veteran Mr. Patrick Petit who has already contributed a lot to the Sun Microsystems and Bull Corporation. He will focus on the ways to strengthen the OpenStack based cloud computing portfolios of the company in this region.
This is very important to note that Mirantis is pursuing a highly ambitious business program across the globe. In the wake of this program, it has already established very noticeable presence in the key regions of the world, such as – California, USA, Russia, Ukraine, Netherlands, and Poland. Now, it is planning to establish its footprints in the Western Europe with the starting of this new facility in France. Many analysts believe that there is a strong desire of the company to invest heavily in the domain of cloud computing operations in the European regions.