A new line of HP ProLiant servers dubbed as Extreme Scale-Out, or ExSO, target large scale-out workloads in high-performance computing and Web 2.0.
Companies announce a multifaceted partnership which, among other things, will give customers a single throat to choke.
As long as you don't mind sorting through its hodgepodge of user guides, the ProLiant ML310 G2 will satisfy your need for a solid entry-level server.
After a long hiatus, Hewlett-Packard re-enters the 8-socket x86 server space.
If HP had only included some software tools to make setup easier, the ProLiant ML110 would be a great entry-level option.
Starting February 19, only servers under warranty or contract will be able to get Hewlett-Packard firmware updates. The news has some customers angry.
Last year, the term du jour in enterprise tech was big data. Now, it's advanced analytics.
AMD's long-awaited quad-core Opteron Barcelona processor appears to be ready to go
Documentation that Hewlett-Packard has posted on its Web site points to Proliant servers with AMD's Barcelona processor.
HP's new server lineup based on Intel's Nehalem processor is a nice upgrade. But it also shows an HP less obsessed with speeds and feeds.