Unibank is creating modern data processing center

15.12.2015 16:47
Unibank is creating modern data processing center

YEREVAN, December 15. /ARKA/. Unibank ojsc said today it has completed the first stage of creating a modern data processing center (DPC), based on integrated solution from Huawei, one of the largest telecommunications companies. According to a Unibank press release, the DPC is a comprehensive information infrastructure with high reliability and improved information protection.

According to the press release, the DPC is designed to accommodate the server and communication equipment and is able to store and handle large volumes of banking information. To implement this project Unibank used advanced technical solutions and technologies in accordance with international standards, which rule out any disruption of information systems’ operation in case of power failure. Uninterruptible power suppliers do not depend on urban networks and thus ensure autonomous operation.

This is a several-stage project requiring significant investment from the bank. The DPC has a high failure resistance and mobility, and, in case of force majeure, it can easily fit in a standard shipping container and be moved to any location. Currently Unibank is conducting test trials of the DPC. The launch is scheduled for February or March 2016.

"Unibank has been actively investing in IT along with increase in its business volumes. The dynamic development of retail business, the expansion of the branch network and the constant introduction of new services and solutions prompt the need to build up the capacity and ensure stable operation of IT infrastructure throughout all business processes. Our clients should be confident in the absolute reliability and data storage safety. This is the reason we decided to create a modern data processing center to ensure safe storage and handling of large volumes of information," Deputy Chairman of the Board, Operational Services and Information Systems Director Mesrop Hakobyan says.-0-


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