Software major Wipro on Tuesday tied up with global IT major Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to offer IT infrastructure solutions to enterprises on pay-per-use billing.
"The consumption-based or pay-per-use IT Infrastructure procurement and provisioning will be offered to HPE and our customers, globally," said the outsourcing firm in a statement here. The partnership will enable Wipro to leverage HPE capacity to offer flexible and scalable IT infrastructure services for digital transformation of the latter's customers.
"The alliance will enhance security, agility, scalability of our customers' IT infrastructure and help them ascertain and regulate the public cloud economics of their data centres," asserted the statement.
Highlighting the significance of the tie-up with HPE, Wipro Chief Executive Abidali Neemuchwala said the consumption-based model would allow the company to offer variable pricing for the IT infrastructure value chain.
"Enterprises need an agile IT foundation to scale up and accommodate growth. Our collaboration with Wipro delivers the economics of a public-cloud experience with the control and performance benefits of on-premises IT," said HPE global sales Vice-President Olivier Suinat on the occasion.
The partnership was signed by Neemuchwala and HPE Chief Executive Meg Whitman at the 'HPE Discover 2017' event at Las Vegas in Nevada state.
Updated Date: Jul 26, 2017 08:26 AM