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October 20, 2010  3:12 PM

Converged infrastructure certifications come online



Posted by: badarrow
Barbara Darrow, Cisco, converged data center infrastructure, data center servers, Hewlett Packard, IT certification, training

 With Hewlett-Packard, Cisco and others preaching the benefits of converged data center infrastructure--packaging up compute server, networking and storage together--certifications for IT pros had to follow. This week, HP announced what it claims is the first program dedicated to training...

October 4, 2010  3:11 PM

Ellison continues to “advise” HP



Posted by: badarrow
data center hardware, Hewlett Packard, HP, Larry Ellison, Leo Apotheker, Mark Hurd, Oracle

Oracle CEO Larry Ellison can't seem to stop himself from opining on Hewlett-Packard's management moves. This time


October 1, 2010  3:54 PM

HP executive moves infused with Oracle flavor



Posted by: badarrow
Barbara Darrow, DataCenter, Hewlett Packard, Leo Apotheker, Mark Hurd, Oracle, Ray Lane, server hardware

So, Leo Apotheker, former CEO of SAP will, as of November 1, be CEO of Hewlett-Packard. Intriguing. Apotheker was pushed out of SAP last February (Super Bowl Sunday in fact) when the...


February 19, 2010  7:00 PM

Hewlett-Packard reports mixed quarterly hardware revenue results



Posted by: Mark Fontecchio
Data Center, Hewlett Packard, HP

For HP's fiscal quarter ending Jan. 31, HP saw overall growth in the server and storage market, including increases in x86 rack and blade servers, but a sharp drop-off in its Itanium-based hardware. The rundown:

  • Enterprise Storage and Servers had $4.4 billion in revenue, up 11% over...


June 4, 2009  4:15 PM

Cisco’s timing for Unified Computing System – a tad off?



Posted by: Bridget Botelho
Cisco Systems, Dell, Gartner Inc, Hewlett Packard, HP, IBM, server market, Unified Computing, x86 servers

Does anyone else think it is a bad idea for Cisco Systems to enter the server market when the industry is experiencing the most significant year-over-year sales decline in history? Worldwide server revenue declined 24 percent in the first quarter of 2009 and shipments dropped 24.2 percent...


April 17, 2009  2:24 PM

Boston Marathon website prepares for traffic surge



Posted by: Bridget Botelho
Blade servers, Boston Athletic Association, Boston Marathon, c-class blade servers, F5 Networks, Hewlett Packard, Virtualization

About a million people will visit the Boston Marathon website on Monday to check out the 113th annual race, so the IT pros supporting the website have been hard at work these past few weeks making sure the site doesn't crash that day. The


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