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Could HP’s Superdome X Be the Mission-Critical x86 Platform We’ve Been Waiting For?

Customers of high-end mission-critical systems are increasingly moving their large applications to an x86 infrastructure. However, years of x86 “server sprawl” have caused both high maintenance costs and high power and cooling costs in the datacenter and pushed the limits in terms of datacenter footprint.

This white paper explores a new approach to the mission-critical x86 Platform. Access now and take a close look at the newly launched x86-based platform that has been designed to provide compute, storage, and networking into a single, more efficient system with a larger number of sockets and cores to achieve a better cost-performance ratio.

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