Launches HP Integrity Superdome X and HP Integrity NonStop X for mission-critical environments
HP has extended its Compute portfolio with new platforms optimized for mission-critical environments with the release of HP Integrity Superdome X and HP Integrity NonStop X.
By extending these platforms to highly scalable x86 environments, HP is bringing mission-critical solutions to a broader market announced the press release.
As the next milestone in HP’s Compute strategy, these platforms run the most demanding mission-critical workloads on x86 architectures with higher levels of performance, scalability, availability and efficiency.
Customers with mission-critical environments and revenue-generating applications cannot tolerate downtime or slow business performance. As a result, mission-critical workloads must meet the most stringent service level agreements (SLAs) in the industry, often with zero unplanned downtime requirements.
“In today’s always-on world, service outages and slow response times result in lost revenue,” said Vikram K, Director, Servers, HP India. “HP is extending our vast expertise in building mission-critical environments to help customers achieve the best business performance for large-scale workloads on an efficient x86 infrastructure.”
The HP Integrity Superdome X blends x86 efficiencies with proven HP Superdome innovation for critical Linux workloads, including business processing, decision support and enterprise databases. Designed to achieve the highest levels of reliability, availability and serviceability, HP Integrity Superdome X is an alternative to a costly, inefficient, proprietary system or an x86 infrastructure that lacks the performance, scalability and availability to power mission-critical workloads further announced the release.
With HP Integrity NonStop X, HP is extending the fully integrated, 100 percent fault-tolerant NonStop hardware and software to the industry-standard x86 architecture. This provides customers with flexibility and choice of a portfolio of NonStop servers that achieve the highest availability, near-linear scalability and lowest total cost of ownership in its class.