HP Introduces New HP ProLiant Gen8 Servers
HP recently unveiled two new HP ProLiant Generation 8 four socket servers: the HP Proliant BL660c and DL560 to help customers move to the cloud network.
Though many clients have virtualized the basic infrastructure and smaller workloads, they still face performance bottlenecks, power limitations and inadequate memory capacity from traditional two socket servers. The new servers significantly reduce the time spent on maintenance tasks through high levels of automation and continuous monitoring of system health. These multiprocessor servers enable clients to extend end-to-end virtualization and provide a foundation for creating private and hybrid clouds.
To reduce server footprint in the data center, the HP Proliant BL660c Gen8 server offers four-socket density in half the size of the previous generation, and reduces total cost of ownership (TCO) by up to 30 percent. Additionally, the HP ProLiant DL560 Gen8 server provides a space-minimizing four-socket server in a 2U form factor without compromising performance, scalability or expansion requirements.
Designed to drive better performance for virtualized environments, the HP ProLiant BL660c and DL560 Gen8 servers allow clients to access their data faster, optimize their system to higher-performing workloads and add more virtual machines per server.
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