HP Uses Opteron, Still Claims Interest in Itanium

Deffree, Suzanne
March 2004
Electronic News;3/1/2004, Vol. 50 Issue 9, pN.PAG
Trade Publication
Reports on the unchanged commitment of Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) to Intel Itanium lines in spite of plans to base its ProLiant server line on Advanced Micro Device Incorporated's (AMD) Opteron technology. Comments from Scott Stallard, senior VP and general manager of the enterprise storage and server division of HP; Target number of AMD Opteron processor-based ProLiant servers of HP in 2004; Range of its applications.


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