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HP hopes to cut data center costs with new Gen8 servers

Agam Shah | Feb. 14, 2012
Hewlett-Packard on Monday introduced Gen8, its next generation of servers, which integrate new technologies designed to cut overall maintenance and power costs in data centers while maintaining high server uptimes.

System administrators can troubleshoot issues a lot quicker through technologies like Active Health and HP Insight Online, which analyze, monitor and diagnose server issues through data gathered across 1,600 system parameters. An embedded technology called Intelligent Provisioning technology automatically sets up and configures servers, while Smart Update technology pushes out server updates.

HP is expected to reveal further details about the server at a press event alongside its Global Partner conference in Las Vegas this week.


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