HP has expanded its Total Care range of products aimed at small and medium-sized businesses with the addition of new technologies designed to make firms more agile, flexible and productive.
The new offerings include two desktop PCs, a new LaserJet printer and related printer management software, and a new networking switch.
“SMBs represent a cornerstone of the economy, and HP is partnering with SMBs to provide a technology boost as the economy rebounds,” said Charl Snyman, vice president, Personal Systems Group, HP EMEA.
“All businesses must find a reliable foundation on which to build their futures, and for SMBs, HP’s new offerings will help sustain their well-being and prepare them for upcoming growth.”
The new HP Pro 3010/3015 business PCs are joined by a thin client and Microsoft Small Business Server solution, which the firm said would bring "big business" IT capabilities to smaller firms, such as remote access, email, business applications, support for mobile devices, and data backup services.
The HP Compaq LE1711 LCD Monitor offers low power features that will help firms to reduce energy costs, HP said.
The HP Colour LaserJet Enterprise CP4525 printer can print 40 pages per minute, while the Colour LaserJet Professional CP5225 can print to A3. The third printer is an HP LaserJet Enterprise P3015 Printer, which is designed for high volume IT environments.
HP also announced a new ProCurve 2520 Switch Series, which is designed to reduce costs and help firms to roll out voice, video and wireless solutions, and new HP ProLiant ML110 and DL120 G6 servers, storage systems, an HP StorageWorks D2D Backup System and an HP LeftHand P4000 SAN Solution.
Also out are a number of Hyper-V bundles, which will help those businesses that are moving into virtualised environments reduce costs, and improve usage, according to the vendor. Finally, mobile workers may appreciate the HP Smart 65CW AC Travel Adapter, which is under 1in think and has a USB port, letting users charge multiple devices.
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