Future-Proofing Your HP Business Critical Infrastructure: How Tukwila Might Just Force You to Rethink Everything
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Microprocessor manufacturers, with Intel leading the charge, continue to deliver on the proposition known as Moore's Law. The Itanium processor codenamed Tukwila will be the first 2- billion transistor microprocessor, extending the trend of doubling the number of transistors on a chip roughly every 2 years since Gordon Moore made his prediction in 1965.

The effect of delivering on this challenge for servers has been to concentrate increasing amounts of compute power within smaller and smaller form factors. HP Integrity Servers available in a bladed form factor, currently rival the performance of systems that consumed half of a standard rack only six years ago.

Read this whitepaper to learn how truly future-proofing your environment involves a comprehensive approach and engagement with newer technologies and methods, aligning them with overall best practices —and strengthening your ability to innovate.

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