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HP Updates Integrity Servers

PALO ALTO, Calif. -- HP has refreshed its Integrity server lineup with the latest processor technology and new software to help customers reduce costs through enhanced automation and improved energy efficiency.

Enterprise customers with the most demanding computing environments can now reap advantages from new system software innovations in power and remote management across HP Integrity and Integrity NonStop server systems running HP-UX 11i, Microsoft Windows Server, Linux and OpenVMS.

In addition, the Integrity systems family of servers and server blades are now powered by the latest Intel® Itanium® processor 9100 series, code named “Montvale.”

With these enhancements, NonStop systems can function as the heart of a service-oriented architecture (SOA) in the data center. SOA is an approach for managing computing environments that uses loosely coupled, reusable and standards-based services to address changing business needs. Customers can use an SOA implementation with Integrity NonStop alongside mainframes and banks of Linux machines so IT can act as a service to the business.

HP Integrity NonStop servers with Montvale processors also offer up to a 20 percent price/performance increase over previous generations of the systems.(1)

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