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China Pharmaceutical Group (China Pharm) is the largest pharmaceutical group in China, with an operating revenue of USD $14.2 billion in 2010. The Group has 10 wholly-owned or holding subsidiaries and five listed companies. It researches, develops, manufactures, and sells pharmaceutical products related to medical prevention, treatment, and diagnosis.
Even though it had one of the industry most-advanced IT platforms, China Pharm decided to build a cloud-based platform to support the requirements of IT planning for the next five to ten years.
In the first phase, China Pharm planned to build a dynamic and scalable mail resource pool platform that would include the legacy Coremail system to offer mail services for approximately 60,000 employees in the Group and its subsidiaries.
The platform would offer the following advantages:
Huawei designed a unified cloud computing solution for the customer to build China’s largest health care cloud platform in three phases:
Huawei’s cloud platform offers Application Programming Interfaces (API), which assists the customer in self-help application development for basic IT resources, such as virtual servers, storage, and mail. The platform enables internal settlement between the Group and its subsidiaries through metering and billing.
Huawei’s cloud platform offers an infrastructure for the legacy mail system, and integrates the existing VMware virtual platform, enabling the customer to maintain diverse data centers and virtual platforms in a unified manner.
This solution has centralized management and control systems for the Group and extended business systems to its Level 2 subsidiaries by creating a unified cloud service platform shared by the Group and its Level 2, 3, and 4 subsidiaries.
Huawei’s solution offers the following customer benefits: