HPE-Aruba inks MoU with Banaras Hindu University
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, has announced a collaboration with the Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi to establish HPE-Aruba Centre of Research in Information Systems. This center will begin studies in varied areas of Network Science, Data Analytics and Cyber Security.
An MoU turned into signed on the BHU campus by using Santanu Ghose, Director, Aruba, and Dr. Neeraj Tripathi, Registrar, BHU in the presence of Prof Rakesh Bhatnagar and senior officers from BHU and HPE-Aruba.
As part of MoU, HPE-Aruba will assist BHU in organizing the Research Centre by using providing the necessary hardware, software, information, and annual studies offer to assist in research activities. The MoU will permit near academic interplay among students & researchers from BHU and records scientists & engineers from HPE-Aruba.
BHU has tremendous energy within the location of Computer and Information Sciences. It has a modern-day country of the art IT infrastructure and the main Computer Science branch. The educational guides offered in the college cover a wide spectrum of Computer Sciences publications. This joint Aruba engagement with BHU will focus on leveraging studies the strengths of each the corporations.
Commenting on this initiative, Santanu Ghose, Director, Aruba, said, “HPE Aruba is committed to the growth of value-added research and innovation in India. This partnership with BHU for studies inside the field of facts networks will strongly sell differentiated abilities and innovation. This joint initiative may also assist to increase the horizon of the students and studies community”
The proposed HPE-Aruba Centre of Research in Information Systems will arise at Central Discovery Centre of BHU and is anticipated to be functional via October this yr. The Centre will offer research facilities to students, researchers and college members of the BHU to perform studies work in emerging technology. HPE-Aruba will offer to get entry to to latest Networking and Network Security technologies, and regular training and collaboration sessions with Aruba R&D engineers.