November 16, 2009
PALO ALTO, Calif., Nov. 16 -- HP today launched servers, storage, software and networking offerings that deliver new levels of infrastructure performance and efficiency, enabling customers to accelerate business innovation.
The new offerings include the HP ProLiant G6 blade along with "skinless" server technology, storage, software and interconnect/networking offerings optimized for Web 2.0, cloud and high-performance computing (HPC) environments. These extend the HP Extreme Scale-Out (ExSO) portfolio, introduced in June, which is designed to reduce customers' total cost of ownership and increase datacenter capacity.
"The ExSO portfolio was created to meet the demanding needs of scale-out as well as high-performance computing customers that require highly efficient and powerful computing infrastructures," said Steve Cumings, director of Marketing for the Scalable Computing and Infrastructure organization at HP. "We will continue to add to this portfolio, delivering innovative solutions based on our deep understanding of scale-out datacenters and enabling our customers to gain more value from their infrastructure."
HP products drive higher performance
As space, energy and cost constraints continue to challenge the growth of scale-out customers, HP is delivering scale-out technology offerings that address these factors without sacrificing performance:
New integrations for added flexibility
To speed allocation and delivery of system resources while improving flexibility, HP also announced new solutions and integrations that provide scale-out customers with:
Visit HP booth 1025 at the SC09 supercomputing conference in Portland, Ore., through Nov. 20 for demonstrations of the company's ExSO and HPC offerings.
More information is available at www.hp.com/go/extremescaleout and www.hp.com/go/hpc.
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