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HP Offers Virtualization Customers New Level of Performance
Introduces high-performance thin client and blade workstation
Oct. 24, 2008 04:00 AM
"The maturation of virtualization technologies, in combination with the reality of today's business environment, has made the security, manageability and flexibility benefits of adopting client virtualization increasingly attractive to business customers," said Roberto Moctezuma, vice president and general manager, Desktop Solutions Organization, HP.
HP has introduced a high-performance thin client and blade workstation that provide virtualization customers a workstation experience combined with the security, ease of management and lowered total cost of ownership of thin client computing. Offering processing and graphics performance, the new HP gt7725 Thin Client and HP ProLiant xw2x220c Blade Workstation deliver a remote experience for 3D mechanical computer-aided (MCAD) applications, rich media, flexibility and performance.
HP offers customers a portfolio of remote client solutions - from entry level to high end - so they can build out their IT infrastructures to adapt to changing business needs. The company's client virtualization portfolio includes thin clients, blade PCs, blade workstations and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure solutions. The portfolio helps business customers reduce security risks and management and support costs by centralizing computing hardware and sensitive data within the data center.
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