HP Enterprise Services today announced FCC, a Spain-based multinational public services company, has signed a seven-yeat technology services agreement with Hewlett-Packard Servicios España, S.L. The contract is valued at $300 million.
With this agreement, HP will provide data center services and end-user workplace management for the entire FCC organization, which has a presence in 54 countries. FCC’s core businesses are environmental services and water management, construction of large infrastructure, cement production and renewable energy production.
The agreement is intended to transform FCC’s technology infrastructure to advance the company’s ability to compete internationally.
HP today introduced its first multitouch-enabled tablet for business
users as well as notebook PCs tailored for both enterprise and small and midsize
The notebook PCs are the latest in the company`s series of launches providing businesses a wide selection of product choices.
HP today launched a range of services for small- to midsize data center operations that help improve efficiency, increase the flexibility of IT budgets and ensure service-level commitments.
With this portfolio of services from HP, owners of small- to midsize data centers can maximize business return on existing assets. These services will enable clients to take advantage of service-delivery models such as virtualization and cloud computing.
HP announced it has appointed Tom Iannotti, currently managing director and senior vice president of Americas and Enterprise Business at HP, to lead HP Enterprise Services. Joe Eazor, who currently runs Enterprise Services, will become senior vice president of Corporate Growth Initiatives in the Office of Strategy and Technology at HP. Both changes are effective immediately.
HP today introduced five point-and-shoot digital cameras and three camcorders with features such as LCD displays, up to 5X optical zoom and fashionable colors.
This expands the company's role in this marketplace.
HP today announced the expansion of its extensive retail publishing portfolio with new partners and solutions designed to help retailers profitably grow their in-store photo offerings and capitalize on the projected $73 billion retail photo opportunity.
HP keeps pushing into this part of the market.
Hewlett Packard said late Wednesday its fiscal first-quarter profit was $2.3 billion, or 96 cents a share, on revenue of $31.2 billion. During the year-ago quarter, the computer and printing giant earned $1.9 billion, or 75 cents a share, on $28.8 billion in sales.
Earnings and sales topped analyst estimates.
HP today said it has extended its cloud consulting services portfolio with a new design service that helps businesses and government agencies accelerate the adoption of cloud-based infrastructures to improve technology and business flexibility.
The HP Cloud Design Service takes an approach to designing and deploying scalable, cloud-based infastructures that speed up the delivery of projects while mitigating risk.
HP today expanded its award-winning HP Officejet portfolio with its most affordable flatbed all-in-one printer. Starting at $99, the new HP Officejet 4500 All-in-One series brings professional quality color printing, wired and wireless connectivity, and four-in-one functionality to the home office at a low cost per page.
This product continues HP's leadership in the small business market.
HP today unveiled a telecom solution that helps service providers better serve the millions of mobile customers who use the internet through high-speed LTE (long-term evolution) networks.
By creating a unified, in-depth view of each customer, this will helps service providers assemble an integrated picture of their customers’ profiles. With this knowledge, providers can enrich the applications they offer to drive customer satisfaction and new revenue through highly personalized mobile services.
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