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The new hyper-converged infrastructure based on Integrated System PRIMEFLEX for Microsoft Azure Stack HCI achieves cost savings and higher control at ISP Hapbit

"The people of Fujitsu are really transparent and feel really trustworthy. So it’s fun to work with them because it’s also a partnership. Fujitsu in a word? Co-creation!"

Stephan Van den Eynde, CEO Hapbit

Providing hyper-converged infrastructure to help keep the lights on for Hapbit & McDonald’s

Customer

Hapbit started in 2005 as a 1-man company, founded by Stephan Van den Eynde. In 2017 they moved to their new offices in Antwerp. Today Hapbit deploys 60 people who manage the infrastructure requirements for many customers in Belgium. Their most well-known customers are McDonald’s and Tom&Co.

Challenge

Hapbit, a Belgian Managed Service Provider, based in Antwerp, wanted to offer services to its customers, as well as hardware.

Solution

Hapbit use Fujitsu to help keep the lights on. They recently bought Fujitsu Integrated System PRIMEFLEX for Microsoft Azure Stack HCI to deploy a hyper-converged infrastructure based on Fujitsu PRIMERGY RX2540 rack servers.

Benefit

  • The move to a hyper-converged infrastructure brings costs savings and greater control
  • Certified environment is Microsoft compliant
  • Scalable and reliable infrastructure with near impossibility of downtime

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CS_2020Jan_Hapbit.pdf (417 KB)

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