HP TippingPoint consolidates data centers for the win

Recently, the HP TippingPoint team took on a high-profile client that had a list of pain points to be rectified:

  • Consolidate 270+ data centers to 15
  • Cut costs by close to $1 billion in the next 5 years
  • Improve security posture, and standardize security products, vendors and capabilities across the organization
  • Improve awareness of cyber threats at the global, regional and local levels

 

The TippingPoint team had to ensure to cover all their bases—and there were a lot of bases to cover!

 

HP worked to prove that TippingPoint was the only solution that could meet the high requirements of this client. We started with the 3 basic elements of HP TippingPoint: Simple, Effective, and Reliable. Wesec intel.png showed how effective our security intelligence is—highlighting RepDv. We showed the simplicity of centralized management, and backed it up with examples of our highly reliable network uptime. We also provided the client with additional TippingPoint data, such as:

  • Technical competitive advantages—60M concurrent sessions with a single 7500NX

  • Security intelligence leader—Provided them with the Frost & Sullivan reports, and emphasized DVLabs and RepDv

  • Out-of-the-box performance—NGIPS is up and running upon deployment with little to no tuning required

 

With these facts to back us up, we were able to show that we understood the customers’ pain, the competition, and were able to differentiate TippingPoint to the end. And that list of pain points? Taken care of by HP TippingPoint.

 

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