HP always tries to provide facilities to different sectors present in our daily life as much as they can. Recently, HP joined their hands with an Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT-B) for launching a Network University based in Electronic City, Bangalore. The aim of this partnership is to prepare the professionals and the students for upcoming challenges and technologies that how can they contribute in delivering the technologies and next generation networks. Professional will also be able to deliver the next generation enterprise networks with the available resources in the university.
According to the HP Blogs:
It’s no secret that with the growth of networking technologies, new open standards and unified communications has increased the skill requirements of IT professionals. To bridge this requirement, the Network University will provide the tools, methodologies and labs to teach the latest standards in networking solutions. Attendees will also learn how to transform their proprietary environments into open, agile networks and data centers based on HP Converged Infrastructure.
According to the Neelam Dhawan, Managing Director, HP India:
Organizations are increasingly network dependent as they develop new ways to engage their customers, employees and partners. This represents both a challenge and an opportunity for the IT community. The partnership of HP and IIIT-B brings a unique model of research and education on latest in network solutions. With this University IT professionals can keep ahead of the game and deliver great value back to their organizations.
According to the Prof. Sadagopan, Director, IIIT-B:
Next-generation networks built on converged infrastructure are going to be central to the data center of the future. At the HP-IIITB Network University professionals will be able to design, build and operate these next generation networks. We bring together expert faculty, best in class infrastructure and a proven industry academia relationship. Our association with HP will add immense value to our education system and bridge the gap of training between employers and academic institutions.
HP and IIIT-B will also establish up a dedicated testing lab to study and analyze networking technologies in Network University. We hope that this partnership will create another example of building a better and IT-educated society.
Via [HP Networking]