HP Bags LeaseWeb Contracts, Planning To Implement ProLiant Server In Data Centres

The largest personal computer maker in the world Hewlett-Packard has bagged one hefty business deal from LeaseWeb, a leading internet hosting service provider in Europe, the company announced.

With this move, HP is believed to have acquired the power to implement its exclusive HP ProLiant server technology in the data centres located in Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, as well as also in the company’s latest facility in Virginia.

The company has been making it consistently to the headlines in the recent few days because of a widespread renovation carried out in its management team under the leadership of CEO Leo Apotheker.

HP is also believed to have agreed to deliver new servers as per the latest agreement it reached with LeaseWeb. Experts are of the view that these new servers will eventually prove to be a much valued addition to LeaseWeb’s existing global-network of 8 data centres.

LeaseWeb is known throughout Europe and abroad for its quality cloud solutions, hosting and internet services offered to clients from all across the world. It also boasts off an uptime as high as 99.99 percent.

Speaking his mind on this latest joining-hands between the two companies, Con Zwinkels, managing director at LeaseWeb, said, "As our business expands, so does our need to keep pace with user demands, as well as offer new services, while providing a fast, powerful and secure hosting environment."