Several server system vendors are rolling out new Itanium systems that incorporate the latest Intel Itanium processor family member; the Intel Itanium Processor 9300 Series. I'd like to congratulate HP on the recent launch of its completely revamped Integrity server system line-up. HP in late April announced the most extensive re-tuning to date of their Itanium-based Integrity product family. There's been a great deal of interest about HP's new products from industry press, analysts and IT customers.
The new HP Integrity systems are built on HP's BladeSystem Infrastructure, with a new Blade Scale Architecture that simplifies the deployment and management of a number of blades in one enclosure. Even the highest performing HP Integrity server system, Superdome, is taking advantage of HP's new converged infrastructure, moving from a tower configuration to blades that plug into a blade chassis. Now customers will be able to take advantage of the legendary scalability and reliability of Itanium-powered HP Superdome 2 systems in a more flexible and manageable blade form factor. Now that's real innovation and value.
Go to the HP Integrity website for more information on HP's new Itanium Processor 9300-based Integrity server systems.
Go to the Intel Itanium Products website for more information on the Intel Itanium Processor 9300 Series.
Go to the Itanium Solutions Alliance website for the latest up-to-date Itanium solutions news.