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HP Aims for the Stars with CloudSystem and Moonshot

October 5, 2013

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HP Aims for the Stars with CloudSystem and Moonshot Over the past few months, I’ve had a chance to spend time with the HP product teams. In doing so, it’s really opened my eyes to a new HP with a number of solid offerings. Two solutions (CloudSystem and Moonshot) really caught my attention. HP CloudSystem […]

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Hewlett Packard may offer an OpenStack distribution of its own

October 1, 2013

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Hewlett Packard may offer an OpenStack distribution of its own It’s not news that Hewlett Packard has its own version of OpenStack, called Cloud OS. HP uses it to run an internal cloud sandbox that customers can use to test out applications and it also runs on HP’s Project Moonshot servers. What is new is that HP may make that Cloud […]

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HP brags that Apple is interested in running Project Moonshot servers — Tech News and Analys is

August 14, 2013

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HP brags that Apple is interested in running Project Moonshot servers Apple likes what it sees in Hewlett-Packard’s new energy-sipping Project Moonshot servers. At least according to Hewlett-Packard. If Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman is to be believed, many tech giants — including the great white whale that is Apple — have expressed interest in running […]

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HP, NEC join forces to develop next-generation x86 servers | PCWorld

July 22, 2013

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HP, NEC join forces to develop next-generation x86 servers | PCWorld Hewlett Packard and Japan’s NEC will expand their existing partnership to develop high-end x86-based servers for cloud and Web applications. The companies said Thursday they will team up to accelerate research on HP’s next generation of blade-based server systems, which the U.S. company is […]

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HP admits to backdoors in storage products

July 11, 2013

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HP admits to backdoors in storage products Free whitepaper : Supercharge your infrastructure Hewlett-Packard has agreed that there is an undocumented administrative account in its StoreVirtual products, and is promising a patch by 17 July. The issue, which seems to have existed since 2009, was brought to the attention of The Register by Technion, the […]

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How Facebook threatens HP, Cisco, and more with its “vanity free” servers | Ars Tech nica

July 2, 2013

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How Facebook threatens HP, Cisco, and more with its “vanity free” servers Sean Gallagher MENLO PARK, CA—Building 17 of Facebook’s headquarters sits on what was once a Sun Microsystems campus known fondly as “Sun Quentin.” It now houses a team of Facebook engineers in the company’s electrical lab. Everyday, they push forward the company vision […]

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Former HP Exec Shane Robison Named CEO of Fusion-io

May 8, 2013

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Former HP Exec Shane Robison Named CEO of Fusion-io Fusion-io, the flash memory company, just announced that its CEO, David Flynn, has resigned, and that Shane Robison, the former chief strategy office of Hewlett-Packard, has been named to succeed him. Robison, already a director at Fusion, was also named its chairman. Rick White, the company’s […]

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HP’s $Billion Journey to the Cloud VIDEO

May 5, 2013

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HP’s $Billion Journey to the Cloud [VIDEO] Saar Gillai, SVP and GM for Converged Cloud at HP, oversees a massive multi-billion business. It’s a business that include both private and public clouds and is heavily invested in the open source OpenStack cloud platform. In an exclusive video interview with Datamation, Gillai discusses what HP is […]

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Cisco UCS vs. HP BladeSystem Power Efficiency Comparison

May 5, 2013

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Cisco UCS vs. HP BladeSystem Power Efficiency Comparison Cisco’s server power engineering team recently compared the Cisco UCS 5108 Blade Server Chassis with B200 M3 blade servers against HP’s BladeSystem c7000 Enclosure and HP ProLiant BL460c Gen8 blade servers. The results weren’t surprising internally, but they might surprise you. The main findings were: Efficiency The […]

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HP Makes a Big Play in Software-Defined Networks

April 30, 2013

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HP Makes a Big Play in Software-Defined Networks – AllThingsD Companies in the networking business today like to talk a lot about software-defined networking. The basic idea is that networks should be as flexible as servers. And since a server can, via virtualization, be divided up to act like many, networking infrastructure should be similarly […]

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