Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Wipro today announced a new global go-to-market agreement to provide joint customers with IT infrastructure at flexible consumption-based pricing.
This collaboration will leverage HPE’s Flexible Capacity and Wipro’s infrastructure-as-a-service offerings to address the increasing customer demand for consumption based IT.
IT organizations are under pressure not only to ensure that day-to-day operations run smoothly, but also to deliver new applications, processes and services that allow businesses to innovate. Some enterprises have turned to the public cloud to fulfill these new demands, attracted by the IT-as-a-service model that allows customers to pay as they go only for the technology resources that they use.
While some workloads may be right for the public cloud, others – which may require higher security, compliance and service levels – are best kept on-premises. Through the new HPE and Wipro partnership, customers can take advantage of an on-premises solution that provides these benefits, along with the affordability of a pay-per-use model.
Rajesh Dhar, Senior Director, Pointnext, Hewlett Packard Enterprise India said, “Our collaboration with Wipro delivers the agility and economics of a public-cloud experience with the control and performance benefits of on-premises IT.”
Kiran Desai, senior vice president and head, Global Infrastructure Services, Wipro said, “We are confident that this business model will help us fulfill the requirements of our customers for truly on-demand, agile and secure IT infrastructure.”
Together, HPE and Wipro have joined forces and aligned respective technology and services offerings into strategic go-to-market initiatives focused on helping customers with digital transformation. From the Wipro BoundaryLess Data Center (BLDC) and Wipro ServiceNXT to Wipro VirtuaDesk, business analytics, and solutions offered in as-a-service model, HPE and Wipro help IT environments become more efficient, productive, and secure, enabling customers to respond to rapidly changing competitive landscapes.