For more than a decade, AMD and HP have collaborated to deliver a technology portfolio that grows more robust every year. The product line now features systems based on the entire family of AMD processors, including rack-mount servers, server blades, MicroServer, desktops, and notebooks.
Download this PDF for an overview of the HP ProLiant server portfolio based on AMD Opteron? processors. You'll learn which server options best address your prioroties, whether performance and
Doing more with less isn't just a cliché to most IT managers. Companies expect their IT infrastructure to reduce costs even as it processes, stores and analyzes increasingly massive amounts of data, handles skyrocketing numbers of transactions dependably and delivers business value that makes the companies more agile, profitable and successful.
Read this paper, sponsored by HP and AMD, to learn how to tackle your toughest database and virtualization issues.
Despite making impressive strides in raw processing power and memory capacity in recent years, the servers charged with supporting databases and other business applications have struggled to keep pace with escalating database demands.
In this paper, sponsored by HP and AMD, you'll learn about the best solutions to take on the challenges posed by modern databases and how these tools deliver a balanced architecture, embedded intelligence and a wide range of capabilities.
This Technology Spotlight discusses the changing nature of IT and how blade server technology combined with virtualization is becoming the foundation of the distributed IT environment.
IDC research shows that datacenter operational expenses now are larger than capital expenditure for IT equipment. The personnel costs associated with managing and maintaining server systems as well as operational costs related to power and cooling and underutilized resources have significantly taxed
Virtualization is a powerful technology that can reduce overall costs, decrease power consumption, footprint requirements and improve resource utilization.
Faced with complex data center operations, IT managers are finding it increasingly challenging to support business needs effectively and efficiently. Companies are rapidly moving to server virtualization - running multiple server OS instances on a single physical machine - because it's an ideal solution to the perennial problem of
Learn how CIOs are embracing virtualization as a way to reduce overall costs, decrease power consumption and footprint requirements, and improve resource utilization.
Companies of all sizes are rapidly moving to server virtualization - running multiple server OS instances on a single physical machine - because it is an ideal solution to the perennial problem of limited resources and server sprawl in the data center.
Over the years, the price performance of four-processor servers and server
blades has been a sticking point for many enterprise IT executives looking to shift certain applications and workloads to higher-end systems.
The problem was this: While a 4P server would give them twice as much
performance as a 2P server, they couldn?t justify its premium price tag.
Proportionately, the 4P price went up faster than performance.
The issue stemmed from historical pricing models that
HP has been a pioneer in incorporating technology to improve energy efficiency and reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) for IT systems in the datacenter, with solutions designed to reduce server management costs, increase utilization, and improve power and cooling.
With the launch of its new Data Center Smart Grid in June 2010, HP is continuing to push the boundaries of what its technology can deliver. A central aspect of the Data Center Smart Grid is Thermal Logic, a holistic approach
HP Thermal Logic represents a step forward in managing the energy consumption of today's data center. It plays a key role in the HP Data Center Smart Grid initiative to deliver an end-to-end portfolio of energy-efficient technologies reaching from the server to the entire datacenter.
Its holistic approach extends beyond simply squeezing additional energy efficiency out of individual servers or managing to specific benchmarks to include instead focusing on increasing the efficiency of
In a few short years, x86 server virtualization has gained universal recognition as an enabling technology for enterprises that want to increase efficiencies, lower operating costs and be infinitely agile. Many enterprise IT executives now realize that meeting the ever-intensifying demands of today?s always-on businesses means nothing short of virtualizing every nook and cranny of the IT infrastructure.
As such, enterprises have been gradually moving virtualization from