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HP today announced a new industry program, discovery lab and a server development platform focused on the advancement of extreme low-energy servers to significantly reduce complexity, energy use and costs. Combined with HP Converged Infrastructure innovations that allow the sharing of technology resources across thousands of servers, the offerings will pave the way to the future of low-energy computing for emerging web, cloud and massive scale environments.


News of the Day
»  Press Release: HP Innovations Shape the Future of Extreme Low-Energy Server Technology

Additional Materials
»  Quote Sheet: HP Helps Clients with Extreme Scale-Out Needs
»  White Paper: Server Designs For Warehouse Computing Environments

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Photo 1: HP Redstone Development Platform
HP Redstone Development Platform is the industry’s first server development platform to feature extreme low-energy server processors that consume almost 90 percent less energy.
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Photo 2: HP Redstone Development Platform
An industry-first server development platform introduced by HP will help customers nearly eliminate cabling, switching and peripheral devices, in 94 percent less space.
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» Video 1: HP Discovery Lab non-hp site
The HP Discovery Lab opened in Houston to explore new strategies for next-generation servers and enable client adoption of Project Moonshot. Clients will work directly with HP engineers and industry peers to use the new technology for their specific needs.

» Video 2: Green clouds and black swans: rethinking data-centric data center designs non-hp site
Partha Ranganatha, corporate fellow, HP Labs, discusses the convergence of energy consumption, emerging technologies, consumer drivers, emerging economies and disruptive events during a lecture at Stanford University on Oct. 5, 2011.

Executive Biographies
»  Paul Santeler, vice president and general manager, Hyperscale Business Unit, Industry Standard Servers and Software, HP
»  Jim Ganthier, vice president, Marketing and Operations, Industry Standard Servers and Software, HP
»  Glenn Keels, director, Marketing, Hyperscale Business Unit, Industry Standard Servers and Software, HP
»  Partha Ranganathan, corporate fellow, HP Labs


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