June 19, 2012
Company increases investment in helping agencies migrate to a cloud environment
HERNDON, Va., June 19 — GTSI Corp., a systems integration, solutions and services provider to government, today announced the establishment of an HP Cloud Center of Excellence at its headquarters in Herndon, Virginia. Integrated into the company's Customer Briefing Center, the new HP center enables GTSI to showcase private, public and hybrid cloud environments specifically geared toward the public sector.
"Given our position in the market, GTSI has the unique ability to highlight options that are optimized for the government while taking the various governance requirements into consideration," said Jeremy Wensinger, chief operating officer, GTSI. "We are making significant investments in our ability to increase our customer offerings to help government meet cloud mandates and achieve cost savings. As the only HP Cloud Center of Excellence specifically dedicated to the public sector, GTSI has a unique opportunity to help government agencies understand the benefits and possibilities of transitioning to a cloud environment."
The Cloud Center of Excellence features HP CloudSystem, the industry's most complete and integrated solution for building and managing services across private, public and hybrid cloud environments. In addition to industry-leading HP servers, the center also includes HP Storage, HP Networking and Enterprise Security solutions, as well as third-party applications. The objective of the center is to enable customers to gain firsthand knowledge of the benefits of moving to the cloud, including:
"Government customers are looking for expert guidance to help them understand how cloud can accelerate their agency missions," said Henry Fleischmann, chief technologist, HP Federal Cloud Solutions. "At the HP Cloud Center of Excellence, agencies can experience the benefits of HP cloud solutions tailored for the public sector by GTSI engineers."
About GTSI Corp.
GTSI (NASDAQ: GTSI) is a leading provider of technology solutions and professional services to federal, state and local governments. Founded in 1983, the company has helped meet the unique IT needs of more than 1,700 governmental agencies nationwide. GTSI professionals draw on their deep knowledge, strategic partnerships, customer service and more than 740 industry certifications to guide agencies in selecting the most cost-effective technology available. GTSI has extensive capabilities and past performance in software development, data center, networking, collaboration, security and cloud computing solutions. In addition, GTSI's advanced engineering, integration, support and financial services – and broad portfolio of contracts – ease the planning, purchasing and deployment of solutions, and facilitates the management of mission-critical IT throughout the lifecycle. Headquartered in Herndon, Va., GTSI has approximately 450 employees. For more information visit the company's website at www.gtsi.com.
Source: GTSI Corp.
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