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HP Rolls Out Products and Services for Small and Midsize Businesses

HP has introduced infrastructure offerings including storage, virtualization, remote access and consolidation solutions.

HP today expanded its Total Care initiative for small and midsize businesses (SMBs) with several new products, solutions and services that reduce costs, improve productivity and enhance efficiency.

To help SMB customers keep their businesses up and running with less capital and fewer employees and technology resources, HP has introduced infrastructure offerings including storage, virtualization, remote access and consolidation solutions.

"In today's economic climate, SMBs need technology solutions that take out costs while helping drive even greater competitive advantage so they can survive and thrive," said Kathy Chou, vice president, Worldwide Small and Medium Business Strategy, HP. "Through our Total Care initiative, HP is helping customers achieve their business goals."

Customers can better manage data growth while reducing the complexity and costs of storage through:

The HP StorageWorks X1000 and X3000 Network Storage Systems unify file and application storage to simplify storage infrastructures. With a single, unified system, SMBs do not need to invest in separate storage systems for file and database data. The new network-attached storage solutions provide up to 35 percent more usable capacity through file deduplication while also increasing file serving performance by up to 30 percent.

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