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Hp Proliant Microserver Gen8 Review & Rating | Pcmag.com

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HP Enhances HP-UX, Rolls Out New NonStop Servers

The upgrades to CloudSystem Matrix with HP-UX include the ability to deploy larger private clouds by having workloads run vPars v6 partitioning technology or through direct I/O networking. In addition, HP is offering the solution with two-socket licensing, which will lower the cost of private clouds based on HP-UX, and with the ability to identify inefficient servers processes, which will increase data center processing capacity and enabling more resources for mission-critical workloads. HP also is rolling out two new NonStop servers for small and midsize enterprises (SMEs). Both the NonStop NS2300 and NS2400 fault-tolerant systems are powered by Intel's Itanium 9500 chips , which were launched in 2012, which HP officials said will bring a 50 percent increase in the main memory capacity, which will enable organizations to run more workloads than on previous systems. The new NonStop servers and enhancements to HP-UX 11i v3 and CloudSystem Matrix for HP-UX are available now. HP's new offerings come at a time when the Unix server market continues to shrink, with more high-end workloads running on x86-based systems. IDC analysts found that in the fourth quarter 2013, Unix server revenues fell 20.2 percent over the same period in 2012. The $1.9 billion in revenues accounted for 13.6 percent of all server revenues for the quarter.
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