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HP’s Project Moonshot Targets Low-Power Servers

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In the increasingly competitive battle to sell servers for “hyper-scale” data centers running armadas of servers, HP has turned to next-generation chip company Calxeda to power a new line of servers. It’s part of a broader HP initiative to develop low-power, many-core servers known as Project Moonshot. Read More

Roundup: HP, IBM, EMC

HP expands converged storage portfolio with federated approach, IBM launches partner initiative with Netezza, Iomega announces rackmount network storage for SMBs. Read More

HP Retools, to Acquire Autonomy in $11B Deal

In a busy news day for Hewlett Packard (HPQ) the company outlined a transformation designed to sharpen its focus on the enterprise IT market. The company said it will buy Autonomy for $11 billion and assess options for its PC business and webOS software. Read More

Roundup: Executive Shakeup at HP

HP announced a series of management changes on Monday, with some executives changing roles and others departing. Here’s a roundup of the notable analysis and commentary from around the web. Read More

Closer Look: The HP EcoPOD

HP unveiled the EcoPOD, an updated version of its Performance Optimized Datacenter (POD) last week. This photo feature provides a closer look at the design of this new modular data center offering. Read More

HP Unveils Updated EcoPOD Modular Design

A look inside one of HP's latest designs for its Performance Optimized Datacenter (POD). Airbus just deployed two PODs for a supercomputing cluster in Europe.

HP has unveiled an updated version of its modular Performance Optimized Datacenter (POD), expanding its capacity with a “double-wide” design that joins two 40-foot containers. The new EcoPOD can use outside air to cool up to 44 racks of servers. Read More

The Value of UNIX for Mission-Critical Workloads

While Linux shipments may be growing faster than shipments of UNIX, there remains a substantial group of enterprises that continue to use UNIX for mission-critical workloads. This research report from Forrester Consulting highlights why enterprises continue to use UNIX in the face of increasingly robust Linux offerings.
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