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HP FlexFabric trade-in offer

12 May 11

Hewlett Packard is offering two deals on its FlexFabric range of networking equipment; a trade-in offer worth up to $7,000 and a bundled deal. 

FlexFabric uses industry-standard open architecture and HP says it provides "seamless" interoperability with existing core data centre networks. 

Fabric is a new networking technology that all the key network infrastructure equipment suppliers are starting to offer. This offer seems to be a pre-emptive strike from HP and will appeal to those early adopters considering the new technology.

The promotion ends 31st July 2011.

Details of the deals here

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