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 BANGALORE, INDIA: Netmagic Solutions, India’s leading managed IT services provider, today announced a partnership with HP to jointly address the growing demand for data center and managed services, amongst Midmarket customers, in India. Netmagic, through this alliance, will partner HP to offer preferred hosting and managed services in India.

Netmagic and HP will jointly market and sell the hardware and hosting services focusing initially on the emerging segments including retail, healthcare, utility, education and manufacturing.

Netmagic will provide hosting services to customers, including data center services and managed hosting, while HP will provide the required hardware.  This partnership with Netmagic will enable HP to offer their midmarket partners and customers a complete solution by way of infrastructure, applications and now, hosting and managed services.

Commenting on the HP partnership, Kishore Badami, Vice President – Global Marketing, Netmagic Solutions said: "This partnership provides us with a tremendous opportunity to intensify our focus on emerging markets and extend our managed hosting services to a wide array of midmarket partners and customers”.

Ashok Pamidi, Director for Commercial Accounts, SMB & Enterprise Partners, Technology Solutions Group, HP India added: “Independent research shows that there is a growing need for hosted services, even as CIOs are required to meet the rapidly rising demand for business services and mission-critical applications. Our focus is to offer quality services to our customers and help them in further enhancing productivity through our ecosystem of alliance and channel partners. Netmagic’s range of services and competencies makes them a good hosting partner for HP, helping us address the growing needs of the midmarket segment."

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