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Podcast: HP P4900 - HP LeftHand based SSD

CartoonCalvin100X100.JPG Calvin Zito, @HPStorageGuy 

 

Several weeks ago I got to "leak" a blog post out talking about our new HP LeftHand P4000-based SSD-based P4900.  I got several questions about the new product via Twitter which led me to gather a few independent storage bloggers and do a podcast talking about the P4900 and taking their questions.  My blogger guests on the podcast are:

 

On the HP side, I had Kate Davis (@KateAtHP, HP LeftHand product marketing), Dale Degen (HP LeftHand product manager), and Charles Randall (HP LeftHand engineering).

 

Here's the podcast:

 

You can download this podcast by doing a right-click and "Save as" here OR you can download all of my podcasts from iTunes by clicking here - it will open iTunes and allow you to download all of my recent podcasts.  If you have any issues with this second link, paste this into your browser: itpc://recordings.talkshoe.com/rss69339.xml.   "itpc" is a special format that opens iTunes and lets you download the podcasts from iTunes. 

 

I noticed that Hans already has a blog post up titled HP P4900 SSD Lefthand - Bloggers podcast based on our discussion (and a few emails back and forth). 

 

Learn more about the P4900

 

>> Check out the latest P4000 family QuickSpec that includes the P4900

>> P4000 family page on hp.com

>> P4900 product page on hp.com

 

Editor's note: I created a YouTube version of this podcast after the original post and for those of you that want to have some minimal graphics to watch while you listen, I've added it here.

 

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