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HP Considers x86 Mission Critical Systems Incomplete


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Posted 23 May 2011 - 03:40 PM

HP Considers x86 Mission Critical Systems Incomplete.
HP: Only Itanium Offers True Mission Critical Server Capabilities




Although Intel Corp.'s Xeon microprocessors have gained a number of capabilities that traditionally were only found on central processing units (CPUs) for mission-critical servers and now are no less reliable than Itanium, according to Intel, HP believes that its servers powered by its operating system, its proprietary technologies, Itanium and other solutions still represent the best solutions for business-critical computing.


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