We're proud to be a leading innovator in offshore wind generation technology and Microsoft and HP are leaders in software and hardware technology. We're excited to be part of the program.
Hoboken, NJ (Vocus) May 11, 2010
Fair winds are blowing for eMazzanti Technologies customer Deepwater Wind both in terms of its offshore wind generation business and an new invitation to be part of a Microsoft/HP case study program featuring Windows 7 Professional operating system and HP computers.
“The innovation-synergy is perfect,” said Jim Lanard, managing director, Deepwater Wind. “We’re proud to be a leading innovator in offshore wind generation technology and Microsoft and HP are leaders in software and hardware technology. We’re excited to be part of the program.”
The first stage of the capturing the Deepwater Wind OS and hardware story is just underway. The new HP Elite laptops have arrived pre-loaded with Windows 7 Professional operating system. eMazzanti Technologies will be adding the new equipment to Deepwater Wind’s existing network using the Domain Join and easy Network Connection Wizard.
“What’s great about Windows 7 is its ability to be set up quickly to run on most existing networks,” noted Jennifer Mazzanti, President, eMazzanti Technologies. “Other features like Jump Lists, Taskbar Pinning and Snap are productivity boosters that Deepwater Wind will love.”
Special Microsoft/HP Partner Invitation
eMazzanti Technologies has been invited to participate in a new Microsoft Windows 7 customer evidence program—part of a joint effort between Microsoft and HP—that is intended to capture post-launch excitement of the new operating system and encourage on-going adoption utilizing HP hardware.
“Microsoft relies on the relationships we as partners have with our customers for the success of programs like this,” noted Jennifer Mazzanti, President, eMazzanti Technologies. “Microsoft wins because they get great adoption stories. Our customer wins because they get to test-drive the latest technology. And we as partners win because we continue to deliver great value to our customers.”
The program provides software, special guides and training material, technical support, on-demand customer training and future marketing opportunities associated with Microsoft and HP. “The marketing exposure and bragging rights for us and our customers are very significant,” said Mazzanti.
eMazzanti Technologies has five of its marquee customers participating in the program: Prendergast Laurel Architects- well known for post 9/11 reconstruction projects, Bell Container-the largest and oldest US cardboard box manufacturer, Doma Export the leader in Americas to Poland cargo transportation, Holy Cross Monastery with a guesthouse that is among the largest monastic retreat facilities in the Episcopal Church, and Deepwater Wind-a market leader in off-shore power wind farms in the northeast.
About eMazzanti Technologies:
eMazzanti Technologies works with businesses to provide growth strategies through the use of intelligent technology. Utilizing a disciplined approach of business process analysis, network design, security planning and preventative maintenance, the IT expert delivers solutions that reduce costs, mitigate risk and drive revenue for its clients. This innovative and comprehensive approach to technology services has earned eMazzanti the trust of a rapidly growing client base and recognition by many of the industry’s foremost publications. For more information contact: Carl Mazzanti 201-360-4400 emazzanti.net.
About Deepwater Wind:
America will need all types of renewable, domestically generated energy in the coming years and offshore wind energy is one of the leading renewable energy technologies that can be developed at a rate and scale required to bring about the change we need today. Deepwater Wind is developing utility-scale wind farms in deep waters that will provide abundant clean energy. Just as important, these large wind farms will be generating power closest to where it’s needed most — in energy-constrained East Coast markets where power is commonly generated using fossil fuels and construction of new generation is difficult. In the process of developing and operating these wind farms, we will partner with state and local governments to help establish thriving clean tech economies. The benefits of new jobs, clean energy, and reduced reliance on foreign energy sources will be realized by coastal communities — and the entire country. But what won’t be seen are wind turbines close to shore. For more information contact: dwwindcom.