HP Intros Mid-Sized Servers

HP introduces servers, customer management portfolio to reduce costs for mid-sized businesses

March 31, 2008

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PALO ALTO, Calif. -- HP (NYSE:HPQ) today announced two affordable, power-efficient HP ProLiant servers as well as the markets first Quad-Core AMD Opteron™ processor-based x86 platforms.

In addition, the company is offering an expanded customer relationship management (CRM) portfolio, Linux-based management tools and remote access technology.

All of the products and solutions are designed to help small to midsize businesses reduce costs, improve security and better manage customer relationships.

According to an AMI-Partners report,(1) this year more than 60 percent of midmarket companies(2) surveyed plan to invest in technology specifically for customer relationship management and secure remote access.

“Through extensive research and customer interaction, HP has gained valuable insight into the needs of midsize business customers,” said Urs Renggli, director, worldwide small and midmarket business, Technology Solutions Group, HP. “As a result, we can deliver customized, affordable and effective technology designed specifically for them.”Hewlett-Packard Co.

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