HP launches its first ATC in Bangalore
Mumbai, May 11: Hewlett-Packard today launched its first Advanced Technology Center (ATC) in Bangalore equipped with its latest range of servers, storage and software solutions.
The Advanced Technology Center will provide customers, solutions to create adaptive infrastructure to address emerging business challenges. All the demos, anchored by trained HP engineers will take place in a real-life environment.
''This technology center will provide a unique opportunity for our existing and potential customers and partners to understand and appreciate the entire length and breadth of HP's powerful product portfolio,'' said Pallab Talukdar, Director, Enterprise Marketing&Alliances, HP India. ''ATC will 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.'' Speaking on the occasion of the launch, Dinesh Sharma, Lab Director, STSD, said, ''The primary objective of this center will be to help users with an easy access to HP technology; simplify usability and give a complete experience of HP products. Unlike other technology centers, HP ATC will separate reality from the hype and provide technical guidance and demos to visitors by experts on some of key emerging technologies.'' The ATC will provide an opportunity for visitors to learn new concepts and benefits in areas including virtualisation, security and manageability across servers, storage and software solutions of HP. At the center, the highly scalable ProLiant servers, the HP Blade servers, StorageWorks products and HP Openview Infrastructure Management tools will be harnessed to demonstrate HP's excellence in Adaptive Infrastructure Solutions.