HP acquires EYP MCF, offers new services

HP announced last week a set of products and services designed to help customers transform their data centers from a standalone collection of physical assets into a virtual and adaptive infrastructure designed—the logical result of the company’s acquisition of engineering firm EYP Mission Critical Facilities.<br/>

03/24/2008


HP announced last week a set of products and services designed to help customers transform their data centers from a standalone collection of physical assets into a virtual and adaptive infrastructure designed—the logical result of the company’s acquisition of engineering firm EYP Mission Critical Facilities .
Coupled with HP’s current systems, storage, software, and services, the new products and services make up the HP Data Center Transformation portfolio ,
“Today customers are facing multiple challenges—the explosion of data, a growing mobile workforce, and the need for access to real-time information,” said Ann Livermore, executive vice president, Technology Solutions Group, HP. “HP is uniquely qualified to help CIOs dramatically change the way they create, manage, and operate their data centers.”

As a result of its February acquisition of EYP Mission Critical Facilities,





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