Hewlett Packard has launched a new series of products to help the company move ahead in the cloud computing market.
The company said in a statement that its products will allow organisations to implement private, public and hybrid clouds across their network.
Collectively called HP Cloud services, the products are based on HP's Converged Infrastructure and involve a mix of hardware, software, services and programs which will allow private and government organisations to offer IT services in a flexible and secure environment, as reported by ZDNET.
"Clients want to understand, plan, build and source for cloud computing in a way that allows them to gain agility, reduce risk, maintain control and ensure security," said Steve Dietch, vice president, Marketing, Cloud Solutions and Infrastructure, HP.
"The new offerings are the culmination of HP's experience in delivering innovative technology solutions, as well as providing the services and skills needed to drive this evolution," he added.
Products include HP CloudSystem integrations with Alcatel-Lucent, which is designed to allow communications services providers to deliver cloud services.
The company also launched HP Enterprise Cloud Services and HP Enterprise Cloud Services for SAP Development and Sandbox Solution for enterprise customers.