HP and Intel® Recognize Mission-Critical Innovators from around the world
At the annual celebration in Frankfurt, Germany on December 3, enterprise leaders in IT were recognized for their innovative development and implementation of leading-edge mission-critical solutions for data-intensive, large-scale applications.
Tata Consultancy Services, FIS-ASP, Gravic, Inc., Istituto G. Caporale, and Kenya Women Finance Trust Deposit Taking Microfinance were honored as Winners for addressing mission-critical computing challenges while attaining new levels of availability, scalability, reliability, and efficiency for complex workloads.
"As mission-critical clients face increased workload demands, they need technologies that seamlessly deliver greater performance and agility," said Lorraine Bartlett, vice president, Worldwide Marketing and Strategy, Business Critical Systems, HP. "These industry-leading firms have successfully deployed solutions with combined technologies from HP and Intel to support massive workloads that enable these organizations to thrive."
An independent panel of judges from leading nonprofit, professional, and research organizations, including CERN openlab, Enderle Group, Pyalla Technologies and Secure64 Software reviewed submissions in four categories— Mission-Critical Data, Data Center Modernization, Best New Application, and Humanitarian-Environmental Impact. Criteria considered by the judges included difficulty of the IT challenge, originality of the solution, and results achieved.
"These nominations exemplify the level of success that organizations are achieving with HP solutions on both Intel® Xeon® processor and Itanium® processor systems," said Lisa Graf, vice president and general manager, Datacenter and Connected Systems Group Marketing, Intel. "The winners demonstrate what is possible when organizations are determined to drive their mission-critical computing forward with Intel-based HP Solutions."