Project Moonshot Paves Way for Low Energy Server Technology
HP recently announced a new industry program dubbed Project Moonshot which works with HP's Converged Infrastructure technology to pave the way for low-energy computing for emerging web, cloud and massive scale environments.
Project Moonshot was designed to promote low-energy server technology while also advocating industry collaboration to break new ground in “hyperscale” computing environments like cloud services and on-demand computing. This project can allow data center efficiency to increase while consuming less energy and space and even reduce overall costs compared to traditional servers.
“Companies with hyperscale environments are facing a crisis in capacity that requires a fundamental change at the architectural level. HP has a strong track record of leading market transitions that enable our clients to stay ahead of the technology curve, maximize their ability to innovate and speed their time to market of new services while reducing costs and energy use,” said Vincent Lee, Country Manager, Industry Standard Servers, HP Malaysia.
The project promises to reinvent the traditional approach to data center infrastructure. By using Converged Infrastructure as its foundation, Project Moonshot can provide extreme low-energy servers by pooling resources in a highly federated environment to radically reduce management complexity, energy consumption and space requirements.
For more information please visit, www.hp.com/go/MoonshotInfrastructure