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Business and IT transformation facilitated by HP Moonshot

Guest blog written by Susan Blocher, VP Moonshot Product Management and Marketing

 

It’s an understatement when I say that we are, in fact, living in interesting times.

 

Business transformation and IT transformation are no longer separate items on an agenda. As four significant drivers; cloud, mobility, security and Big Data work their way into the business processes of our organizations – it can be a highly complex world for any CIO.

 

HP Moonshot is a unique compute platform for this transformation.  

Purpose-Built Solutions Make a Big Difference In Extracting Data Insights: HP ProLiant SL4500

Guest blog written by Joseph George, HP Server Team

When you get serious about something, you have to step up your game and secure the tools you need to ensure the job gets done properly.

HP introduces first enterprise-class 64-bit ARM server & expands the ARM developer ecosystem

Guest blog written by Susan Blocher, VP Moonshot Product Management and Marketing

 

Today, September 29, 2014, HP has redefined what’s possible for high throughput computing and web-caching by introducing the first enterprise-class 64-bit ARM server as part of the HP ProLiant Moonshot portfolio. To support a robust 64-bit ARM ecosystem, HP is making available a production-ready platform that better enables software development, testing and porting of applications. Additionally, HP is rounding out our ARM portion of the Moonshot portfolio with a new solution ideally suited for real-time data processing of high volume, complex data as well as a development platform for Telco applications such as IP transcoding. With today’s announcement, HP brings innovation and choice to customers with optimized application performance, breakthrough economics and the capability to accelerate their business innovation.

IT Master Builders: PayPal + HP Moonshot: Real-time data processing accelerates business innovation

Guest blog written by Gerald Kleyn, HP Servers Director, Platform R&D

 

HP Moonshot has enabled System on a Chip (SoC) based server cartridges connected with integrated fabrics in a high density chassis to bring new capabilities inside a small footprint and its modular approach allows for rapid deployment and serviceability.

The new HP Apollo 6000 Server with more performance for your budget

Guest blog written by Stephen Howard, HP Servers, Hyperscale Business

The Apollo 6000 System provides performance for your budget with the ideal combination of performance, density and efficiency to deliver rack-scale IT services for lower TCO.

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  • I am a member of the Enterprise Group Global Marketing team blogging on topics of interest for HP Servers. Check out blog posts on all four Server blog sites-Reality Check, The Eye on Blades, Mission Critical Computing and Hyperscale Computing- for exciting news on the future of compute.
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  • I’ll be blogging about the latest news and enhancements as it relates to HP Moonshot.
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