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Cisco Blades cut HP out of Computercenter - breaking news @ KitGuru

Posted on Saturday, August 21 2010 @ 00:20:17 CEST by


Computercenter is a monster. By any standards. It’s the biggest independent supplier for IT into Europe and its 10,000 employees – stretched from the south of South Africa to the north of Norway – pull in almost $4 Billion in revenue each year. Computercenter moves A LOT of HP gear. It is a hub-with-benefits for the world’s biggest computer manufacturers.

Internally, of course, Computercenter can have any datacentre it wants. It is a complete expert – trusted by governments and business leaders alike – with over 30 years experience. So when Computercenter, HP’s leading customer for Blade technology, decides to upgrade all of its data centres – whose blade technology does it seem to have choosen? Cisco. That’s right, Cisco. Stunning. Read more at Kitguru.



 



 

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