Global technology company HCLTech has collaborated with Cisco to bring forth a dynamic showcase of cutting-edge technology solutions at HCLTech's Cloud Native Lab in London.
The initiative aims to empower enterprises in exploring and co-creating scalable and reliable cloud-native solutions, with a focus on enhancing end-user experiences. The lab will spotlight an array of advanced technologies, including private and sovereign cloud, hybrid cloud, Cisco - Compute and Data Center Networking, Security, Multi-Cloud networking, and Full-Stack observability solutions.
Enterprises are offered the unique opportunity to leverage the Cisco lab space to test applications and real-world use cases. This hands-on approach allows organisations to gain valuable insights into how cloud-native technologies can transform and optimize their businesses. The collaboration emphasizes HCLTech's commitment to delivering advanced CloudSMART solutions globally.
Alan Flower, Executive Vice President and Head – Cloud Native Labs, HCLTech, expressed, "This lab represents our commitment to driving digital transformation and helping enterprises harness the potential of cloud-native technologies. We aim to equip organisations with the capabilities they need to thrive in an increasingly agile and cloud-native world."
Nick Holden, Vice President – Global and Strategic Partners at Cisco, shared his excitement, stating, "We are excited to jointly offer customers in EMEA a dedicated platform to explore and experience the capabilities of Cisco and HCLTech's cloud solutions. This lab will catalyze innovation, allowing enterprises to witness real-world use cases and test their applications in a secure and supportive environment."
The collaboration signifies a deep partnership between HCLTech and Cisco, with a substantial investment in creating offerings that address clients' business challenges. Anand Swamy, Executive Vice President and Head - Tech and ISV Ecosystems, HCLTech, daid, "By introducing a cloud technology showcase with Cisco at our Cloud Native Labs, we endeavor to make cloud-native solutions more accessible."
This collaboration promises to accelerate digital transformation initiatives and drive innovation in the cloud-native landscape, providing enterprises with the tools and insights needed to thrive in today's dynamic business environment.
The duo has a long-standing relationship. In November last year, they partnered to launch Artificial Intelligence-enabled Meeting Rooms on a subscription model. The Meeting-Rooms-as-a-Service (MRaaS) would enable users to join meetings from any meeting solution provider using Cisco’s Webex devices.
On January 15, HCLTech announced a collaboration with SAP to drive innovation and accelerate the adoption of Generative AI.
HCL Technologies reported a revenue of ₹28,446 crore for the quarter ended December 30. The company's consolidated net profit increased by 13.5% to ₹4,350 crore compared to ₹3,832 crore in the previous quarter (Q2FY24). Its consolidated revenue from operations also rose by 6.65% to ₹28,446 crore, as per the company's BSE filing.