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HP to tout Itanium SAP customers

Hewlett-Packard says nearly 200 of its customers using SAP business applications have migrated to HP servers with Itanium inside.

More than 180 Hewlett-Packard customers running SAP's business software have moved their systems to HP servers with Intel's Itanium processor since May, the company plans to announce Thursday. HP is moving all its server lines to Itanium and has broken performance records with its Itanium-based Integrity products, but the processor hasn't met Intel's goals.

The customers include Texas State University, South Korea's Asiana Airlines, Bharat Forge in India, the Body Shop in the U.K., Industrias Metalurgicas Unidas in Colombia, Koehler Group in Germany, Linfox in Australia, Pilsner Urquell in the Czech Republic, Telefonica de Espana in Spain, the Florida Department of Revenue, India's Sundaram Clayton and Volvo IT in Sweden.