HP launches new ProLiant servers

New servers based on AMD Opteron 6100 series, to give better power consumption and performance

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HP launches new ProLiant servers HP has led the x86 market for 54 consecutive quarters as per IDC's WorldWide Q409 Quarterly Server Tracker, says Rashad.
By  Mark Sutton Published  April 9, 2010

HP has expanded its converged infrastructure portfolio, with the launch of three new HP ProLiant G7 servers.

The new servers all run on AMD Opteron 6100 Series processors, and have been designed to offer better performance with lower power consumption.

The new launches include the DL165 G7 and HP ProLiant DL385 G7 rack-optimized servers, as well as the HP ProLiant SL165z G7 scale-out ‘skinless' server.

The ProLiant range include a number of embedded technologies, such as  HP Thermal Logic technologies, which can reduce power consumption by as much as 96 percent; HP Insight Control software that allows management and monitoring of the server infrastructure onsite or remotely to improve management productivity and reduce operational expenses up to $48,000 for every 100 users; HP Integrated Lights-Out (iLO) Advanced which simplifies remote management of servers, regardless of the server's operating state; and HP Insight Remote Support software which reduces issue resolution time by 20 percent with secure remote support for HP servers and storage.

"HP has a complete Converged Infrastructure portfolio that integrates the customer's existing silos of servers, storage, network, management and facility resources into a common converged environment. As the leader of the x86 market for 54 consecutive quarters as per IDC's WorldWide Q409 Quarterly Server Tracker, HP continues to innovate and deliver radical performance improvement and Return on Investment for customers," said Ahmed Rashad, ISS business unit and sales manager, HP Middle East.

"HP has set the trend for today's server portfolio and we continue the path of innovation beyond industry standards with our next generation servers," he added.

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