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Cisco Denies Private Cloud Subscription Service Report

Cisco Systems has denied reports it is planning to offer a system to help companies shift to private data centres from public ones.

The denial came as The Information reported the network gear maker is developing a subscription service for a private cloud.

The information said the service would be called Cloud Stack and help manage hardware and software within private data centres for customers who cannot do so on their own, or would prefer to outsource it.

“At this time we are not planning to offer a solution to specifically repatriate cloud apps and any suggestion otherwise is inaccurate,” said a Cisco spokesperson.

The Information said a timeline for the launch of Cloud Stack was unclear, as it was in the early stage of development.

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