Clabby Analytics: Ten Reasons Why HP’s Itanium-based Servers Have Reached the Point-of-No-Return

Clabby Analytics: Ten Reasons Why HP’s Itanium-based Servers Have Reached the Point-of-No-Return

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Itanium-based server, or also commonly known as “business critical systems” sales have declined significantly in the last few years. But have HP’s business critical Integrity servers now reached the point-of-no-return?

Access this key resource from Clabby Analytics to discover 10 reasons why the days for Intel’s Itanium chipset might be numbered. Continue on to see why the Itanium servers will not be around for the long haul, including:

  • Increased competition
  • Lack of volume manufacturing
  • Unclear workload definition
  • And 7 more reasons!
Vendor:
IBM
Posted:
24 Jul 2013
Published
10 Feb 2013
Format:
PDF
Length:
8 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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