FCC signs $300m deal with HP


FCC signs $300m deal with HP

Kathleen Hall

Spanish-owned public services company FCC has signed a $300m (£188m) contract with HP.

The seven-year deal will provide data centre services and end-user workplace management across 54 countries.

HP will provide centralised data centre services and consolidate FCC's distributed data centres into two locations in Madrid, operated by HP.

"FCC has grown twofold over the past four years, and we want to increase our competitiveness on an international scale by improving our efficiency and practices," said Antonio Gómez Ciria, general manager, administration and IT, FCC.

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