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HP and Alcatel-Lucent join forces

Posted on Jun 25 2009
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The companies plan to launch a global go-to-market programme to transform communication networks into converged, next-generation infrastructures, as well as offering services to manage the new and existing infrastructures for customers looking for flexible sourcing options.

The companies also plan for HP to transform and manage a large part of Alcatel-Lucent’s IT infrastructure, taking advantage of HP technologies and experience in IT transformation.

“Today’s global alliance represents a major transformational deal that will deliver great benefits to our customers.  IT and telecom are coming together in an unprecedented way and I am delighted to see how we can speed up innovation in our industry,” said Ben Verwaayen, Alcatel-Lucent chief executive officer.

“I am also confident that HP will deliver Alcatel-Lucent best-in-class solutions in terms of performance and cost for our IT needs.”

HP was chosen by Alcatel-Lucent for its advanced data centre technologies and its managed services leadership.

 

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