Cyxtera and Hewlett Packard help simplify hybrid IT strategies

Cyxtera (OTC: CYXTQ), a global leader in data center colocation, interconnection services, and digital infrastructure, today announced its collaboration with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to help customers simplify their IT operations, improve agility, and realize significant cost savings.

As an HPE Partner Ready service provider, Cyxtera is now offering its Enterprise Bare Metal solution supported by the HPE GreenLake platform. With HPE ProLiant servers on Cyxtera Enterprise Bare Metal, customers can benefit from the operational flexibility of the cloud with the performance, control, cost-predictability, and security of dedicated infrastructure running in Cyxtera’s global data centers.

“We’re thrilled to continue working with Cyxtera to deliver agile and flexible approaches that empower our customers to rapidly scale and optimize their hybrid IT infrastructures,” said Brian Falvey, VP North America Sales, HPE GreenLake, HPE. “Cyxtera’s global data center platform, unique Digital Exchange network fabric, and rich ecosystem of interconnected partners are a great complement to HPE GreenLake and our industry-leading private cloud solutions.”

Cyxtera has also launched the Quick Start TCO Workshop, a program that helps organizations assess their current IT infrastructure and conduct a total cost of ownership (TCO) analysis for different infrastructure deployment models, in collaboration with HPE. During the Quick Start TCO Workshop, Cyxtera solutions architects use actualized inputs from a customer’s environment and pull real-time pricing to compare IT spend for colocation and bare metal vs. public cloud.