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BlueCat Networks Helps Organizations Transition to IPv6 with HP

BlueCat Networks, the IPAM Intelligence™ company, today announced that its IP Address Management (IPAM) technology will be used as a component of HP Network Consulting for IPv6 services to help enterprises and governments worldwide simplify the transition to IPv6.

"The connected world is also an IP-dependent world," said Michael Hyatt, co-founder and CEO of BlueCat Networks. "By working with HP, we are helping commercial and government organizations successfully make the transition to IPv6, which is a key technology for enabling successful IT initiatives including virtualization and the cloud today and in the future."

By combining IPAM with HP Network Consulting for IPv6 services, enterprises and governments will be able to enhance network flexibility and scalability to support critical IT initiatives, such as virtualization and cloud computing. These services enable a seamless transition to an IPv6 connected world by assessing IPv6 readiness, as well as architecture and design, integration and deployment.

"Organizations need to look ahead to the IPv6 transition to maintain the connectivity needed for real-time responses to business needs," said Imran Khan, vice president, Networking Consulting, Technology Services, HP. "The combination of offerings from HP and BlueCat Networks will help organizations ensure seamless connectivity and business continuity during the IPv6 shift."

Deployed at some of the most demanding and secure organizations in the world, BlueCat Networks' IP Address Management solutions provide an essential technology for helping organizations transition to IPv6, launch new IP-dependent services including virtualization and clouds, and manage network growth and change.

For more on this announcement please visit www.bluecatnetworks.com/hp.

For free trial software, please visit http://pages.bluecatnetworks.com/FreeTrial.

About BlueCat Networks

BlueCat Networks

BlueCat Networks is the Leader in IP Address Management (IPAM) and DNS (DNSSEC)/DHCP Core Services, including the centralized management of Microsoft Windows® DNS/DHCP services. Available in, software (VMware), hardware (appliance) and Managed Service (Proteus Cloud Services) formats, BlueCat Networks has sold to a large number of Global Fortune 1000 companies and many classified and unclassified government agencies. (Learn More)

Related topics: DNS, DNS Security, IP Addressing, IPv6

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