HP Updates Integrity Server Line for Data Center

By Channel Insider Staff  |  Print this article Print


Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers

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.


Submit a Comment

Loading Comments...