MANUFACTURERS of world’s renowned and user friendly computers, Hewlett Packard (HP), have introduced new computer devices aimed at helping improve virtualisation quality, a senior official has announced.
Speaking at the presentation ceremony of the latest technology, HP enterprising server manager, Chucks Okpaka, said his company’s new technology was fast, efficient and user friendly in executing duties at both small scale and large commercial businesses.
Okpaka noted that the new discovery would enable the users to implement the latest methodology of dividing resources of a computer into multiple execution environments through application of one or more concepts of technologies, such as hardware and software partitioning, time sharing and complete machine stimulation.
HP is one of the leading world providers of technology, particularly in solutions, services and products that consumers and the corporate world always find user friendly.
Okpaka said HP was introducing ProLiant BL495c Virtualisation Blade as latest product solution to the market with a view to eliminate bottlenecks to virtual server performance.
“This latest technology is a must to all information officers in Africa and the world at large,” said Okpaka.
Among other important features to be protected are security and improvement of manageability, flexibility and the returns on investment (ROI) of end user computing.