|By Reuven Cohen||
|September 22, 2010 07:00 AM EDT||
I'm happy to announce today that Enomaly has collaborated with HP and Intel to offer a complete end-to-end cloud IaaS platform for cloud service providers, hosting firms and Internet Data Center (IDC) providers. The solution is built with fan optimized stack of HP products powered by advanced Intel Xeon processors. Essentially, everything you need to deploy a complete revenue focused cloud service.
HP/Enomaly hosting solutions enable you to offer timely, comprehensive services to your customers—whether you provide shared hosting, dedicated hosting, virtual/ cloud hosting or managed services. HP’s flexible, energy-efficient Intel Xeon processor- based server, storage and networking solutions—coupled with Enomaly software solutions—help you overcome your primary business challenges:
• Lower costs by increasing the density of sites per server
• Increase average revenue per user by offering more hosting services and/or up-sell the customer to purchase additional services
• Increase predictability of capacity planning for the Service and understand the relationship of capacity to service level performance
• Automate the user experience and empower the end-user
Another exciting aspect of our partnership with HP is with HP Financial Services. Our relationship provides a complete one stop shop for our customers. The partnership enables Enomaly to offer a flexible purchase and lease program covering the complete ECP IaaS cloud stack (hardware and software).
See the complete HP and Intel Cloud Infrastructure Enomaly ECP solution brief here.
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