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HP Reorganizes Storage Group, Addresses NAS-cent Market
Trying to stake its claim on the rapidly-growing enterprise storage market, Hewlett-Packard announced the formation of its new Storage Organization, while
HP has announced the HP SureStore NetStorage 6000, its first foray into the NAS market. This NAS device is focused on the mid-range NAS market, providing raw capacity from 72 gigabytes to 360 Gbytes. The 5U (8.75-inch) unit is rack-mountable and offers redundant power supplies and hot-swap hard drives. It can be configured for RAID 5. Pricing will run from $25,000 to $52,000 per unit. HP says it hopes to announce a high-end NAS device in the third quarter of this year. In addition to the NetStorage 6000,
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Oracle Financial Analyzer to Hyperion Planning Migration
This paper focuses on identifying the similarities and differences between Oracle Financial Analyzer (OFA) and Hyperion Planning (HP). For users who are
(OFA) and Hyperion Planning (HP). For users who are migrating, or thinking of migrating, to Hyperion Planning, strategies will be discussed to ensure their existing functionality can be replicated in HP. The paper is aimed at users who are familiar with OFA or similar multidimensional database applications.
HP to sell Procom's server appliances.
arena. Under the deal, HP will resell a high-speed file server for managing data storage developed by Procom with some input from HP. Procom chief executive Alex Razmjoo said. This is a brand-new relationship for us. Over the next three or four months, they will be getting shipments from us. The deal provides Procom with a new revenue stream and a high-profile business partner, while giving HP a product that counters offerings from Dell, and it also dovetails with HP's own server plans. Procom, a
Konecranes Selects E2open for Global Supply Chain Collaboration
E2open, a provider of strategic cloud-based solutions for collaborative execution across global trading networks, seems to be on a roll of late. After its
at Yanfeng Visteon and HP , the company has announced that Konecranes , a provider of lifting solutions as well as services for lifting equipment and machine tools, has selected E2open as its collaborative execution platform , and that the program has gone live with Konecranes’ supply base. The scenario is becoming familiar: the E2open Business Network provides Konecranes and its suppliers with a cloud-based multi-enterprise platform for automated information exchange, collaborative order and
HP Joins the Athlon Pile-On
Hewlett-Packard announced that it will begin shipping PCs which use the Advanced Micro Devices-produced Athlon CPU.
demand. For its part, HP downplayed the company's unannounced decision to add the Athlon to its Intel-dominated product line. Really the choice of Athlon isn't any more in favor of performance than a Pentium III, it's just a pricing decision for these models, said Ray Aldrich, a spokesman for HP. HP would not comment on whether the PC maker would feature Athlon chips in any future products. AMD also reported it grabbed a bigger slice of total processor sales by garnering 16.6 percent of the market, up
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Attunity to Take Care of Infor’s Mainframe Systems
Attunity, a provider of information availability software solutions, has announced an OEM reseller agreement with Infor, which will enable Infor to offer
Oracle, IBM , and HP . Headquartered in Boston, Attunity serves its customers via offices in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific, and through a network of local partners. With this partnership, Infor should help customers further integrate and automate business processes with other enterprise applications to improve their business operations. Infor ION is Infor’s lightweight standards-based integration middleware platform, but this particular agreement is related to solutions for Infor’s
Dell Sharpens Its Linux Focus
Building on its current Linux position, Dell will start shipping Linux-based systems that use file management software from developer Eazel.
of Eazel. Compaq and HP are, in our opinion, #3 and 4 - we don't believe their commitment to Linux is quite as high as Dell's. On a couple of levels, this news is not good for Microsoft, but certainly not a damaging blow. There's a big difference between supporting an initiative and having a product that is a true Windows killer . In addition, we expect Microsoft to be strengthened and emboldened when George W. Bush becomes President - one of the bigger surprises (for us and many others) of a Bush
Compaq's Alpha - Moving Toward Its Omega?
Compaq's powerful Alpha processor is reaching a crucial juncture - will Compaq expend the effort necessary for it to challenge Intel's dominance, or is it
performance numbers, Sun and HP are catching up. Compaq has recently announced a $100 million Unix-on-Alpha campaign. If this is successful, it may make Alpha a more serious contender. If it fails, Alpha probably will, too. User Recommendations Alpha servers - Unix only: Compaq has not truly committed to having Alpha as a market presence for NT environments. Until it decides to do so, and until a 64-bit version of NT is available, customers are better served with Intel-based systems for NT. Alpha servers
HP Selects E2open for Global Supplier Collaboration
After being recently selected by Yanfeng Visteon, E2open continues to prove that supply chain management (SCM) solutions lend themselves well to cloud
most recent win. Namely, HP has just selected the E2open Business Network as one of its platforms for consolidated global procurement. The cloud-based platform for collaborative execution across global trading networks will be used across all major HP product lines. For both growing companies and those in transition, moving SCM to the cloud provides flexibility and access to new technologies quickly. HP is known for the transformation of its operations to more cloud-based technologies and the selection
#2 Dell Tries Harder, Compaq Hurts
Dell Computer Corporation is the #2 Intel server manufacturer in the world. Can they beat Compaq and make it to #1?
is that IBM and HP had a successful non-PC business before PCs took over the world. It was therefore easier for them to become and remain total systems houses. Compaq expanded beyond Intel through acquisition, and so it has been more difficult for them to match the IBM/HP fully-rounded product offerings. Although Intel only has been a successful strategy for Dell to date, we expect they will want to expand their markets. We admire Dell's single-mindedness regarding products. It has latched onto
eBay Looking For Sun Block?
The now-infamous 1999 shutdowns of the eBay website has led them to consider alternatives to their current Sun infrastructure.
Unix systems from Compaq, HP, and IBM. The main eBay servers are Sun's E10000 Starfire , their largest server product. IBM will try to beat that with its RS/6000 S80, its high-end Unix server, which recently has made headlines by surpassing Sun's best transaction-processing benchmarks. Although valuable (we estimate the server price tag at $5-10 million), the contract's symbolic value exceeds the actual dollars involved. An indication of this is the dueling PR statements from Sun and IBM: This is more
HP's Four-CPU Wintel-Based Rack Servers: Focusing on Reliability and Expandability
Hewlett-Packard's four-CPU rackmount products, the NetServer LH4r and LXr 8000, are aimed at customers who want reliable, expandable server installations.
23.3 IBM 15.7 12.6 HP 11.8 9.5 Others 25.1 18.6 Product Strategy and Trajectory HP is positioning these high-end servers in two ways. The LH 4r and LXr 8000 are geared toward workgroups who expect to expand significantly over time. The LH4r accomplishes this by having a large number of disk drive bays which can be used to expand storage capabilities. The LXr 8000 uses its upgrade capabilities (from a four-CPU to an eight-CPU by swapping out main logic boards) as the means to expand. In addition, HP focuse
Sun to Make Solaris Source Code Available
Sun Microsystems Inc. plans to make the source code of its Solaris operating system freely available to the public.
One long-term scenario: if HP and IBM choose to respond by releasing the source code for their versions of Unix (HP-UX and AIX, respectively), the Unix software market may consolidate faster than it would otherwise (25% probability). User Recommendations This announcement will appeal initially to customers who feel a big need to have the source code for their computers' OSes, or to those who might otherwise gravitate to Linux. General corporate users and non-developers (e.g. IT managers) will see little
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