HP Reduces Prices on Select HP Netserver Systems in North America
HP Netserver Customers Save with Price Cuts of up to 27 Percent
PALO ALTO, Calif., Feb. 5, 2001
Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE: HWP) today announced that it has reduced prices in North America from 3 percent to 27 percent on select mid- and high-end HP Netserver systems (LH 3000, LH 6000 and LT 6000r). As a result of lower IntelŪ PentiumŪ III processor costs and HP's aggressive pricing in the North America PC server market, HP is passing on savings to customers by dropping prices up to 27 percent on these select HP Netserver systems.
"HP is thrilled to extend these cost savings to our customers," said Marc Jourlait, director, HP Netserver Business, North America. "HP is committed to offering our customers the highest quality HP Netserver products and services at competitive prices."
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