HP steps up Asian storage program

Summary:SINGAPORE--Hewlett-Packard (hwp) will spend $50 million in Asia Pacific, including Japan, to launch a storage strategy called Federated Storage Area Management. FSAM is a combination of hardware, software and services that administer management network of modular storage in a scalable manner, the company said in a statement.

SINGAPORE--Hewlett-Packard (hwp) will spend $50 million in Asia Pacific, including Japan, to launch a storage strategy called Federated Storage Area Management. FSAM is a combination of hardware, software and services that administer management network of modular storage in a scalable manner, the company said in a statement. Story. --Nawaz Marican, ZDNet Asia

Topics: Storage, Hewlett-Packard, Singapore

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