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Hewlett-Packard Enterprise said Tuesday that it's acquiring cloud consulting firm RedPixie. Financial terms were not disclosed.
In addition to consulting, UK-based RedPixie offers application development and migration services for enterprises looking to move workloads to public cloud. It's customer base includes mostly financial services, insurance and healthcare companies, including KPMG, Hiscox, and Care UK.
HPE said it plans to merge RedPixie with its Pointnext division, which provides IT deployment and consulting services.
The deal is HPE's second in the consulting space following its acquisition of Cloud Technology Partners back in September. Both deals are aimed at helping HPE build out its own consulting services focused on private, managed and public clouds, as well as traditional IT.
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