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HP Builds on its FlexNetwork for Enterprise Virtualization and Mobility

HP Builds on its FlexNetwork for Enterprise Virtualization and Mobility - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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HP Builds on its FlexNetwork for Enterprise Virtualization and Mobility - top government contractors - best government contracting eventEnterprises are in need of simpler networking infrastructure to keep pace with the ever-changing industry and business environment, said Bethany Mayer, senior vice president and general manager, Networking, HP.

HP announced an offering of such solutions based on its HP FlexNetwork architecture offerings that bring simplified migration to new Internet Protocols, the 10 Gigabit Ethernet networking standard and the virtualized branch services with new virtualization and enterprise mobility networking solutions. 

New offerings include HP’s FlexFabric solutions for the data center enabling better server-to-server traffic and the HP FlexCampus which could act as a reference architecture for campus environments unifying wired and wireless networks for mobility.

Additionally, HP has expanded its HP FlexBranch portfolio of new virtualized service modules with technology from partners VMware and Citrix speeding the service delivery of applications to branch offices. HP also offers HP FlexManagement which streamlines enterprise access to mobile devices and protects IT infrastructure from mobile threats.

“HP is the only company with a unified approach to networking across the data center, campus and branch that enables clients to embrace the adoption of video, cloud and rich multimedia applications,“ said Mayer.

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