By Calvin Zito, aka @HPStorageGuy
Thanks for hanging with me here this week - there's been a lot of views of my blog posts on the announcement we did. I have two more "deep dives" on our product news from earlier this week. Today (because my P4800 video isn't ready yet) I take on the HP E5000 Messaging System for Microsoft Exchange.
The E5000 is going to make it hard for me to pick my favorite storage product. I got asked that during the most recent Coffee with Thomas podcast. With Converged Infrastructure starting to really manifest itself in HP storage, products that showcase how we can leverage our leading server, networking and of course storage are the ones that I'm becoming quite fond of. My class pet until now has been the P4800 - and I'll hit that next week. The E5000 is another great example of how we can engineer, build, and deliver great solutions by leveraging the power of HP. And in today's power podcast, that's exactly what I talk to Dean Steadman, product manager for the E5000, about. Without further ado, here's the power podcast:
I was searching around hp.com and came upon a podcast that Brian Babineau, a senior analyst from Enterprise Strategy Group, giving storage recommendations for deploying Exchange 2010. This is short (less than 5 minutes) and worth listening to:
Note: there is not transcript for this podcast - the "Transcript" button has no effect.
Here are other links for you to dig deeper into the E5000:
- Here's the hp.com E5000 product page: www.hp.com/go/E5000
- Blog post from the Microsoft Unified Communications team
Have a good weekend and see you next week!