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HP launches Advanced Technology Centre

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Bangalore, May 11 (UNI) A glimpse of the existing technology and a peep into the future of HP innovations including servers, storage and software solutions has been provided at the first Advanced Technology Centre (ATYC) launched by the Company here today.

The first of its kind for the company in the Asia Pacific region, the Centre would demonstrate to the existing HP clients and future customers an experience of leading and cutting edge products and solutions that could help create an adaptive infrastructure there by addressing the emerging business challenges.

Most of the products and technologies have been developed by 2000 odd HP developers community in the Systems Technology and Software Division (STSD) of HP, HPO India Director for Enterprise Marketing and Alliances Pallabh Talukdar told newsmen here. ''ATC would also test run on HP systems, applications that will emerge as the best technology options for CIOs to adopt, while meshing business and IT objectives'' he added.

STSD Director Dinesh Sharma, giving a glimpse of the ATC, said the primary objective of the Centre was to help users with an easy access to HP technology, simplify usability and give a complete experience of HP products. Unlike other Technology Centres, ATC would separate reality from the hipe and provide technical guidance and demos to visitors by experts on some of the key emerging technologies, he added.

Mr Talukdar said that adaptive infrastructure would be the future as IT clients would move to low cost pooled IT assets from High cost IT islands. Key enablers would be scalability based on industry standards IT services and solutions, energy efficient computing, unified infrastructure management, pooling and sharing of It resources to optimise utilisation and dynamic IT redeployment to meet changing business demand.

He said HP was uniquely position to deliver adaptive infrastructure and was already using it within the organisation.

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