HP updates server line-up with new power efficiency

HP has updated its Integrity server line-up with the latest processor technology and new software to help customers reduce costs through enhanced automation and improved energy efficiency.

HP has updated its Integrity server line-up with the latest processor technology and new software to help customers reduce costs through enhanced automation and improved energy efficiency.

The Integrity family of servers and server blades are now powered by the latest Intel Itanium processor 9100 series, code named "Montvale".

HP Integrity NonStop servers with Montvale processors offer up to a 20% price/performance increase over previous generations of the systems, said HP.

The HP Integrity Integrated Lights-Out 2 (iLO 2) technology is also now available for Integrity servers from blades all the way up to Superdome servers.

HP has standardised on the iLO management processor's graphical user interface for both ProLiant and Integrity servers, making it simple for customers to manage all of their HP servers with the same tools.

HP Integrity servers also now have new server power monitoring and regulation capabilities, with tools to allow customers to remotely monitor actual power consumption and thermal output on Integrity entry-class and blade servers.

The enhancements will reduce server power used and cooling overheads across data centres, said HP.




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