Hewlett-Packard has released a new series of enterprise products it claims will aid innovation businesses.
The new enterprise products, solutions and services are designed to help companies cut the amount of money they spend on maintaining their existing infrastructure, enabling them to divert funds into developing new products and driving innovation.
By reducing the operational costs that go into maintenance, HP believes it can help companies to 'Break the Innovation Gridlock'.
Chris Christianopoulos, HP's ProLiant and BladeSystem business development manager, explained: “Executives see that if they truly want to provide a competitive advantage for their business, that there needs to be a change in terms of how infrastructure is managed.”
HP began to develop its enterprise series after a survey conducted on behalf of the company by research firm Coleman Parkes Research revealed that businesses operating in the UK, US, Canada, the Middle East and Asia Pacific region were currently in a state of innovation gridlock.