Electronics manufacturer Hewlett-Packard announced on Friday it has updated its line of Integrity servers.
Customers running HP-UX 11i, Microsoft Windows Server, Linux and OpenVMS on HP's Integrity and Integrity NonStop server systems can take advantage of the updates.
The improvements include the latest processor technology and new software to help customers reduce costs through enhanced automation and improved energy efficiency. HP's Integrity line of servers and server blades are now powered by the latest Intel Itanium processor 9100 series, code named "Montvale."
"HP is committed to providing enterprise customers with the most advanced, reliable and energy-efficient systems," says Michelle Weiss, HP's VP of marketing and business critical systems. "By leveraging the latest in processor technology and ongoing enhancements and innovation in our software, HP provides customers with the balanced performance they need to achieve better business outcomes in real-world environments while still reducing costs."
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