HP’s Itanium “Converged Infrastructure” Feint
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In November, 2011, Hewlett-Packard announced its recovery plan for its business-critical computing line (the Itanium-based server products). This plan, dubbed “Project Odyssey”, calls for a converged infrastructure that will unite HP’s many operating environments (HP-UX, NonStop, and OpenVMS) on Itanium with Windows and Linux on x86 architecture.

In this Opinion, Clabby Analytics explains they believe that HP’s Project Odyssey is a feint (a disguise to obfuscate what is really intended). They believe that as demand for Itanium continues to decrease, HP will become primarily an x86-based server maker. Read now to learn more.


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