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HP: Everything can be bladed - HP: Everything can be bladed
Mon, January 29 2007 | 6:57PM | PermaLink Feedback?
In the battle for the blade server market, it seems the gloves are off. HP announced the launch of a brand new blade system on Tuesday which it hopes will give it the edge in this increasingly competitive market. Blades are one of the fastest growing sectors in IT. Offering plenty of computing power in a small format using industry standard Intel and AMD processors, blades offer IT managers simplicity and the possibility of making savings in areas like power and cooling. The latest HP BladeSystem c-Class servers, according to HP, are packed with innovations that offer savings of 41 percent in the cost of server acquisition, 60 percent in data centre facilities costs and 96 percent in the initial set-up costs.
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