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HP ProLiant DL580: A top choice for enterprises requiring RISC-like reliability at a great price.

Accolades continue accumulating for the recently introduced HP ProLiant DL580 Gen8 Server. The review published by Dave Mitchell of ITPRO succinctly captures the essence of this ProLiant Server.

 

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                                   HP ProLiant DL580 Gen8 server

 

We’re particularly pleased by Dave’s verdict for enterprises looking at servers to be used for big data, server consolidation, virtualization, and business intelligence application workloads.

 

Dave writes:

“Verdict: 

The ProLiant DL580 Gen8 is a top choice for enterprises requiring RISC-like reliability at a low price. Along with excellent build quality and low power consumption, it delivers a number of features including a high processing density and huge memory capacity.”


Read more at HP goes RISC hunting with the first Xeon E7 v2 server to market.

 

Get more information on the HP ProLiant DL580 Gen8 here.

 

To find out more on all the HP ProLiant server family go to HP ProLiant Servers

Speaking of servers, we invite you to come and see all of the exciting server news we are going to share at HP Discover 2014 this June 10-12 in Las Vegas, NV. Now is the perfect time to register for the event and take advantage of great hands-on experience with convergence solutions delivered by HP. Want to see everything that is available to you? Check out the HP Discover Session Catalog today and gain the most out of your experience.  We look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas!

 

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