HP Helps Customers Prepare for Advances in Mission-critical Computing

HP announced that HP Integrity customers will gain the advantages of Intel’s latest quad- core processor, enabling them to enhance business results and maximize their technology infrastructure investments for the future. The Intel® Itanium® 9300 processor, formerly known as Tukwila, brings significantly increased performance along with a range of new reliability, scalability and virtualization features. […]

HP announced that HP Integrity customers will gain the advantages of Intel’s latest quad- core processor, enabling them to enhance business results and maximize their technology infrastructure investments for the future.

The Intel® Itanium® 9300 processor, formerly known as Tukwila, brings significantly increased performance along with a range of new reliability, scalability and virtualization features. By incorporating this processor into the next generation of HP Integrity servers, HP is positioned to deliver innovations in resiliency, flexibility and automation through a Converged Infrastructure. Combined with the advanced virtualization, business continuity and automation capabilities of the HP-UX 11i operating environment, the features of the new processor will allow customers to quickly address changing mission-critical demands to drive business growth.

HP customers Pella, Telefónica and Pirelli support Intel Itanium 9300 Leading companies around the world rely on HP Integrity servers for their most demanding mission-critical workloads. HP’s aim is to create new possibilities for technology to have a meaningful impact on people, businesses, governments and society. HP brings together a portfolio that spans printing, personal computing, software, services and IT infrastructure to solve customer problems.