HP inks multimillion-dollar deal

Hewlett-Packard (HP) on Tuesday announced it has secured a multimillion-dollar contract with the Queensland Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to provide approximately 1,150 Compaq Evo desktops, notebooks and professional workstations for use by its staff.

The hardware upgrade is part of the EPA's network migration to Microsoft Windows 2000.

The EPA chose to implement HP's Compaq Evo solution because it is optimised for the Windows 2000 operating system and because of HP's longstanding relationship with Microsoft.

EPA information director David Sherwood said a speedy deployment without the loss of excessive downtime was critical.

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