Hewlett Packard has rolled out a new IT consultancy service that is designed to provide assistance to organisations for designing and building data centres.
The new HP Trusted Advisor service will give organisations access to consulting experts that will work them to study their business operations and IT infrastructure and delve into cloud computing and green technologies, to come up with an IT strategy that reflects an organisation’s goals and objectives.
The service, which will be a part of HP Critical Facilities portfolio, will provide help to client in every phase of a data centre deployment. The service will allow clients to manage the entire life-cycle of data centre facility.
The company said that the HP Trusted Advisor service has been designed to work with a Converged Infrastructure strategy.
“Our clients’ time and capital commitments can be staggeringly high and the margin for error extremely small when building or updating a data centre,” said Rick Einhorn, worldwide director, Critical Facilities Services, HP.
“HP’s professional data centre consultants have the unique ability to provide a truly integrated delivery framework across all disciplines involved to guide clients through complex, pivotal decisions, while keeping the programs on schedule and within budget.” he added.