HP announced the expansion of its Compute portfolio with new platforms optimized for mission-critical environments. As the next milestone in HP’s Compute strategy, these platforms run the most demanding mission-critical workloads on x86 architectures with higher levels of performance, scalability, availability and efficiency.
Customers with mission-critical environments and revenue-generating applications cannot tolerate downtime or slow business performance. As a result, mission-critical workloads must meet the most stringent service level agreements (SLAs) in the industry, often with zero unplanned downtime requirements.
HP Integrity Superdome X and HP Integrity NonStop X are tailored for the most demanding mission-critical workloads. By extending these platforms to highly scalable x86 environments, HP is bringing mission-critical solutions to a broader market. According to IDC, HPhas 45.3% market share.
These servers help customers achieve better business results by boosting business performance to grow revenue, margin and market share; providing continuous service availability with minimal or even zero application downtime; and reducing complexity and cost with breakthrough efficiency.
“In today’s always-on world, service outages and slow response times result in lost revenue,” said Vikram K, Director, Servers, HP India. “HP is extending our vast expertise in building mission-critical environments to help customers achieve the best business performance for large-scale workloads on an efficient x86 infrastructure.”