HP unveils network infrastructure optimization services for enterprise networks

Telecom Lead India:  HP has launched
its Network Infrastructure Optimization Services portfolio for the
Enterprise Networks.


The new portfolio is designed to help customers evaluate
and improve their network flow and infrastructure to ensure a quality user


The new portfolio covers network topology from within the
data center and between data centers to wide area networks (WAN) and local area
networks (LAN) to identify and eliminate inefficiencies, while optimizing
infrastructure to make applications run faster.


With a dispersed workforce and growing connectivity
demands, enterprises can no longer revert to traditional singular quick fixes,
such as adding bandwidth, to address network issues. HP’s new services pinpoint
inefficiencies that can be removed for a greater end-user experience,” said
Uday Birje, country manager, Network Consulting and Services, HP India.


The company said that its HP Network Infrastructure
Optimization Assessment lets companies work with HP consultants who
analyze traffic across network topology to identify application delays, jitter
and bandwidth issues.


In addition, HP works with clients to align business and
IT needs and identify the right solution for them.


The company is working with partner F5 Networks and
using F5’s BIG-IP platform to ensure applications run faster, and are secure
and available.


HP services based on F5’s BIG-IP platform include HP
Network Application Delivery Controller Services and HP Data Center to Data
Center Network Optimization Service.


The HP Network Infrastructure Optimization Assessment and
the HP Network Application Delivery Controller Service for Microsoft are now
available globally.


HP unveils public beta of its first public cloud services


Recently, HP announced the public beta of its first
public cloud services which will start from May 10, 2012.


The company claims that the cloud services will enable
developers to build the next generation of web applications, and change the
economics of deploying modernized applications.


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