HP Updates Integrity Server Line for Data CenterBy Channel Insider Staff | Posted 2010-04-26 Email Print
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HP's focus is squarely on the data center this week as the technology giant is expanding its lineup with Intel Itanium-based Integrity Servers.HP is expanding its converged data center infrastructure strategy to include its mission-critical, Itanium-based Integrity servers. The rollout includes the first update of HP's high-end Superdome in 10 years.
Hewlett-Packard is bringing its high-end Integrity server platform into its converged infrastructure strategy.
HP officials on April 26 rolled out a refreshed line of Integrity systems powered by Intel's newest Itanium 9300 "Tukwila" processors and built on a bladed architecture that covers everything from the lowest-end x86 ProLiant systems to the newest Superdome system.