HCL Tech bags two deals from US

By : |September 16, 2009 0

NOIDA, INDIA: HCL Technologies Ltd. (HCL) has entered into a five year Transformational IT Infrastructure Management engagement with the Energy Future Holdings Corp (EFH), a Texas-based, privately-held energy company with a portfolio of competitive and regulated energy subsidiaries.
 
HCL will be responsible for managing EFH’s IT Infrastructure landscape comprising of Data Center (DC), Voice and Data Networks and End User Computing Services.
A press release adds that HCL’s Service Desk will provide support to EFH end users, including desk-side support, in complete compliance with the stringent NERC, PCI, SOX and FCC regulatory frameworks. HCL will also be responsible for providing touch services for the centralized and Distributed Data Centers.
 
R Srikrishna, Senior Vice President & Head-Global Sales, HCL’s Infrastructure Services Division (HCL ISD), observed, “This engagement re-iterates our focus on the Texas region where we continue to invest aggressively.”

In a seperate deal, HCL also won IT infrastructure management order from Oncor (a listed subsidiary of EFH) to connect and support the corporate functions, grid management operations and community-based field service centres located throughout its service area.  The deal is said to be for for $33 million for five years.
 

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