Project Moonshot: Can New Server Line Revive HP?
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Andrew Hornback
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4/10/2013 | 2:44:15 AM
re: Project Moonshot: Can New Server Line Revive HP?
It's telling that HP can tell you how much it costs, and how they think this platform will perform, but doesn't have any independent benchmarking in hand as part of their sales pitch.

It also sounds like they're trying to baffle prospective purchasers with so many possible options - chip architectures, and so on.

For HP's sake, let's hope that this Moonshot thing doesn't end up looking like a pea shooter in a few years.

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