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Paul-Vincent Bonzom, Director of Bull’s microelectronics practice, highlights the importance of microelectronics in ensuring that critical systems are both secure and reliable.
Initiative. Bull expands its Le cloud by Bull™ offering and invests with telecoms operator SFR and FSN (the French National Fund for a Digital Society), to create a secure Cloud services provider operating at a European level that will guarantee the security, confidentiality and close local proximity of information.
Thanks to this certification, Bull will be able to support its customers throughout the cycle of compliance with the PCI-DSS standard that protects people’s banking data.
Developed by Bull subsidiary Time Reversal Communications, sphone provides integrated protection against theft of the device, tapping of voice calls or texts, and data theft or snooping.
RATP chose the SafeKit high availability and load balancing solution for the centralized control room of line 1 of the Paris subway.
Transport operator RATP has chosen Bull Evidian’s SafeKit to ensure high availability of the critical applications in its centralized control room on line 1 of the Paris Metro.
Defense. The only secure IT operator for the French Ministry of Defense, DIRISI (the Inter-Forces Networks, Infrastructure and Information Systems Directorate), is drawing on Bull’s IT operations expertise under a framework contract, which enables it to effectively combine agility and expertise while still following the strict rules governing public procurement.
Executive opinion. The Internet ubiquity, hungry demand for mobility and rise of the Cloud are breaking protective barriers in cyber-space, where ever more sophisticated and hidden dangers have increasingly serious consequences. Philippe Duluc, Director of Bull’s security activities, explores this evolution and runs through some basic principles of cyber-security as we enter the age of the Cloud.
Bull has today launched LiberTP, a software solution designed to rapidly modernize corporate legacy applications. A next-generation transaction processing monitor, LiberTP enables enterprises to easily port their transaction processing applications to an open environment, giving themselves room to maneuver – both technically and financially – when it comes to developing new projects.
Editorial. Philippe Vannier, Bull’s CEO, stresses how new technologies are fundamentally important to economic renewal accompanied by sustainable growth. This month, two major achievements – the Petascale supercomputer, Helios, and the LiberTP innovative transaction processing monitor – have reaffirmed Bull’s position as a trusted partner in this future of innovation.
Bull and Axis Aerospace & Technologies – one of India’s leading aeronautical and defense companies – have signed an agreement to cooperate on electronic warfare technologies.
German, family-owned corporation Schmidt + Clemens (s+c) is using two bullion servers to virtualize 200 workstations. And that’s just for starters…
Following a risk analysis carried out by experts from Bull’s security consulting team, Docapost DPS (part of the French Post Office) has achieved ISO 27001 certification for its information security management system: clearly demonstrating its perfect understanding of the security challenges involved in its paperless processing services.
Documentation management specialists Ricoh have called on Bull to align their infrastructure with the demands of their business. On the menu: virtualization, storage and security.
Matthew Foxton, Executive VP Strategy and Marketing at Bull, takes an in-depth look at what Gartner believes to be the IT second era. And he identifies four key trends that will characterize 2012: the need for huge processing power, ‘as a service’ delivery, business computing and security requirements. Four areas where Bull is well placed to help.
Bull has acquired Time Reversal Communications
Philippe Miltin – Executive VP – Computing Solutions
Nowadays, Cloud computing is often called as the ‘third wave’ of business computing, following the era of mainframes in the 1970s and distributed computing in the 1980s and 90s.
Le cloud by Bull covers the entire Cloud value chain, to provide step-by-step, cohesive support.
Allianz Africa won over by virtualization.
Jean-François Tourneix – Director of the Networks and Security Pre-Sales
Jean-François took over as Director of the Networks and Security Pre-Sales team in mid-2007, having spent several years with Bull Export developing sales of network solutions and building partnerships with network makers. He is a graduate of the University Paris XIII-Evry, with a degree in Industrial Computing.