Accenture and HPE: A Hybrid Cloud Composable Infrastructure Partnership using HPE Synergy

| January 16, 2018

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Watch the HPE and Accenture partnership video as Chip McCullough discusses the benefits of using HPE Synergy, a composable infrastructure platform supporting a hybrid cloud approach for on-premise and public cloud.

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