HP Unveils ASP Solution
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Hewlett-Packard Co. Thursday introduced e-utilica, a solution for service providers that may be included in their intranet.
e-utilica will enable application service providers to offer technical design customers instant access to applications and compute capacity, helping them to streamline design collaboration.
With e-utilica, ASPs can provide customers access to applications with scalable capacity to power customers' peak demands.
e-utilica can be integrated within the firewall of an enterprise's corporate intranet to distribute applications to remote locations when needed. Remote e-utilica nodes can be instantly ignited to power additional capacity and application delivery as needed. The device can also be used to link suppliers and partners over a secure virtual private network, further streamlining collaboration and design supply-chain efficiencies.
technical computing division.
"A pre-configured e-service solution featuring the best of H-P's high-performance compute systems, e-utilica equips ASPs with a seamless and instant revenue-generating value-add."
Using e-utilica to deliver applications and compute capacity, design engineers around the globe can collaborate simultaneously on complex technical-design projects, such as circuit board or chip design.
e-utilica is expected to be available July 1 through HP direct sales. Pricing is based upon configuration.
H-P scored a major deal Wednesday when it signed on to supply equipment to power Amazon.com's Web site and become an "anchor tenant" for the e-commerce giant's consumer electronics business.
H-P equipment agreed to run 90 percent of Amazon's Web site, making the e-commerce giant one of HP's five largest customers.