PC with high security features launched

Our Bureau

Other products include complete end-to-end solutions covering computing, security, IP-VPN contact centre, telecom, in-house broadcasting, audio-video conferencing, training and printing.

New Delhi, July 12

HCL Infosystems Ltd on Wednesday unveiled a complete range of infrastructure technology solutions aimed at the fast growing Indian BPO and ITeS sector.

This includes a specially designed personal computer called HCL BPO PC, which enables the operation of one PC in two securely isolated work environments and holds the potential of reducing IT spending per seat and infrastructure cost of a BPO centre. The HCL BPO PC allows remote management enabling user logs as well as remote troubleshooting and enhanced physical security, through hardware codes, software lock and HCL device lock that prevents data write on USB drives or CD Writers. Further, the HCL BPO PC has user authentication using biometric fingerprint-scan and smart card login.

Other products include complete end-to-end solutions covering computing, security, IP-VPN contact centre, telecom, in-house broadcasting, audio-video conferencing, training and printing.

Presenting the solutions suite for the BPO-ITeS sector, Mr Ajai Chowdhry, Chairman & CEO, HCL Infosystems Ltd, said, "The Indian BPO sector, having registered more than 37 per cent growth recently is all set to now provide the latest solutions and services to the world. However, at the same time, it is also facing challenges on data security and its costs and efficiency. In this scenario, we are proud to come forward and leverage our multi technology capabilities to offer a range of specialised ICT infrastructure solutions for this industry. These will not only address security concerns but also help them to achieve cost savings, and offer peace of mind, as HCL delivers turn-key solutions for the complete infrastructure implementation."

Mr Kiran Karnik, President, Nasscom, said, "It is encouraging to note that associated industries are recognising the potential of the sector, and coming forward with customised products to support requirements of the ITeS-BPO sector, with cost and security advantages. These will go a long way in ensuring that the industry achieves its ambitious targets."

(This article was published in the Business Line print edition dated July 13, 2006)
XThese are links to The Hindu Business Line suggested by Outbrain, which may or may not be relevant to the other content on this page. You can read Outbrain's privacy and cookie policy here.