HP today announced the HP FlexNetwork architecture, the industry’s only unified architecture for the data center, campus and branch, which enables enterprises to fully harness the power of media-rich content, virtualization, mobility and cloud computing.
A core component of the HP Converged Infrastructure, the HP FlexNetwork architecture converges network silos by ensuring protocols are implemented consistently across all networked devices performance an enterprise. As a result, clients are able to simplify and speed service delivery across the data center, campus and branch, driving increased agility and innovation.
HP continues to innovate their offerings in the network space, aiming to break down the barriers to convergence of storage and network connectivity as part of their continued investment and commitment to their Converged Infrastructure. It’s always great to see further innovation and opportunities for end users to reduce cost, it will be interesting to read what others think about this announcement and how it will allow the integration of new technologies whilst supporting legacy systems at the same time. I’ll need to read up more.