The agreement over [the Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Partner Ready for OEM program] will allow the two companies to work together to provide solutions and resources to address organizations’ struggle to manage and secure data at rest or in motion. This INCLUDES adding Globalscape’s flagship managed file transfer (MFT) platform, Enhanced File Transfer (EFT), to HPE servers, which WILL BE BUNDLED UP AND SOLD AS A SOLUTION.
Technology alliances and partnerships are incredibly important. Joining HPE’s Partner Ready for OEM program will help our shared customers better tackle the data challenges ahead of them, and ALLOW GLOBALSCAPE A CHANCE to evolve our technology and business FOR A NEW AUDIENCE OF ENTERPRISE USERS. -- GSB CEO.
Pete Murray, VP of OEM & IoT Sales WW at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. They get a DIRECT QUOTE from the exact person you want to hear from ... the VP at HPE who's over their OEM department; but also notice an eyebrow raiser here ... he's also the VP at HPE over Internet of Things (IoT) Sales Worldwide (WW). While this is a good revenue and product booster for HP, it would be on a magnified scale. for a little company like Globalscape GSB as these joint solutions, bundled solutions, come to market. We know already that MFT is very flexible and the EFT team of developers is quite adept at implementing any modifications needed in a quickened timeline, and don't forget that their professional services organization at GSB already has a lot of input for this from their work with customers that use these various HPE solutions, servers for their data centers. HPE would also have to see and know that these bundles are able to be done in a quick manner and are pleased with the timelines they are seeing on the Globalscape end, or you would not have this new agreement in place. HP understands very well researching and developing a new product over a decade of time, but this type of agreement is something you have to be able to implement in the now; a ready solution. And we know GSB's R&D and Q&A works very quickly with a standard timeframe of 3 months average. I would think as Peter Merkulov was developing this new alliance, that Greg Hoffer was readying EFT for the HP bundles. There's no reason not to have done that since even without the agreement it would be a large benefit for GSB's current customers that use HP servers. It would also attract new business, even without the new HP alliance. Much more so now with this new partnership.
First they have the big F5 Technology Alliance Partnership (TAP) agreement earlier this year and now this HPE Partner Ready for OEM program agreement following on that. Their market caps are approximately $9.25 billion and $27 billion, in turn.
It could be this is the data center vendor they were speaking at Globalscape in their public info. The net effect is the same; they now have a second data center vendor they are allied with in a joint, bundled solution. If there is a distinction between joint or bundled, I cannot say in this case per their individual agreements, but typically a joint solution is defined as bundled together and interchangeable. But I will ask if there is any difference to note.
HP DL360 Gen 9 Servers 9 Products (View all) Dense performance for multi-workload data center computing. Starting at $1,839.00 and up to $8,500.00.
HP DL380 Gen 9 Servers 13 Products (View all) The no-compromise data center standard for multi-workload computing. Starting at $699.00 and up to $8,500.00. I checked for the $699 version and the lowest price I could find for this group is the same as the other one, about $1,200.00. I don't know why they have $699 listed.
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