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HP stamps on a Times article alleging the two chief executives had discussed a sale.
The vendor says its FlexFabric 12900 family of data center switches are the industry’s first core switches to support OpenFlow and will offer twice the scale of Cisco’s rival Nexus 7000 switch.
HP is building out a comprehensive security stack, and the latest installment is the release of a TippingPoint next-generation IPS line. But the real channel value will be in how well the solution integrates with other security offerings in HP’s portfolio.
HP is upping its burgeoning security prowess with the launch of an updated URl inspection tool, WebInspect, indicating the PC manufacturer is building out its software stack to create opportunities for its security channel.
Lenovo’s server business is small but growing, and the company has big plans for the SMB server market. But to get there, it needs to move the channel community from being aware of its offerings, to being engaged.
Dataguise releases a survey indicating a critical mass of concern around protecting sensitive information in Hadoop environments. With Big Data trends on the rise, the ability to secure and protect data will represent a bigger channel opportunity, especially in light of compliance regulations.
TriCore Solutions and Alert Logic have partnered to infuse security mechanisms into application management. For the channel, that means new differentiators and expanded reach into enterprise circles that could give a crowded application management market a swift boost.
Dell SecureWorks refreshed its security services portfolio with a series of incident response offerings — a move that rounds out its concerted and sustained effort to build out its security services stack.
Hewlett Packard is revving its channel for a security push. And it’s ramping up street credibility with mid-market and enterprise product releases and the launch of a comprehensive threat research center brings together its numerous security acquisitions under one roof. HP has a lot going for it, but its ultimate success will be determined by how it executes on a long term strategy.
Hewlett Packard Co. is making a reinvigorated push into security with Big Data launches integrating technologies from ArcSight, Hadoop and Autonomy, a move that could help right the company’s ship and steer it toward its stated turnaround. That said, HP has some catching up to do, now battling Dell, IBM and others that have long since outpaced the company in enterprise security software markets.