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Better Together: HP Moonshot + Upcoming HP Helion OpenStack at HP Discover Las Vegas

Over the past year, HP Moonshot has revolutionized the economics of the data center—now, it’s extending these economies of scale into the cloud.

Join HP's Paul Santeler at HP Discover to Learn How HP Moonshot Is Changing the Data Center

More and more we’re seeing a profuse growth in the number of connected devices and web content – more than today’s server infrastructure was designed to handle.  We know that new modern infrastructures are needed to handle the next 30 billion devices, 40 trillion GB of data and 10 million mobile apps. HP has the solution.

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