Converged Infrastructure
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Everything you need to know about Converged Systems in 30 minutes

HP Converged Systems were a major talking point for customers and partners at HP Discover, which should be no surprise as, according to a recent study, IDC estimates that the overall spending on converged systems will grow at 54.7 percent (CAGR), from $2.0 billion in 2011 to $17.8 billion in 2016*.

 

According to Jed Scaramella, research manager, IDC Enterprise Server Group,"The use of converged systems as an alternative to traditional procurement and delivery models will continue to be one of the most important developments in the evolution of IT infrastructure market."

 

So, if you're looking to get more information on this rapidly growing space and you're short of time, we have just the solution for you in the video below.

 

 

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 Watch Converged Systems Video

 

 

 

 

 

Gary Stevens, WW Business Development Manager for HP Converged Systems and Helen Tang, WW Lead for HP Converged Infrastructure, discuss the customer challenges that have driven this new style of IT for how computing is delivered, consumed and paid for, and the solutions HP is bringing to market to address this.

 

Find out:

  • How HP is going beyond just the piece parts to create integrated solutions
  • Why the architecture matters
  • How to deliver solid business value, fast
  • How to simplify the data center
  • Which solutions HP delivers today to help customers into the future

Please click on the link for further information on HP Converged Systems and follow the conversation on Twitter.

 

*IDC Worldwide Converged Systems 2012-2016 Forecast: Adoption Fueled by Faster Time-to-Market Demands, doc #237979, November 2012

 

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