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Published By: IBM MidMarket Demand Generation     Published Date: Apr 09, 2012
"HP customers need to be aware that changes in server market trends are affecting Itanium. Read this Clabby Analytics paper to understand how industry consolidation and new server architectures are driving a new class of applications, leaving Itanium behind.
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ibm, technology, powervm, vmware, virtualization, intel platform, technology platform
    
IBM MidMarket Demand Generation
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Apr 05, 2012
Your business demands that you have IT that supports more sophisticated and critical workloads and yet the future of your current Sun and HP environment is uncertain (no clear Sparc roadmap; lack of commitment to Itanium).
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ibm, technology, netezza, analytics, enterprise analytics
    
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Published By: HP - Intel® Itanium® processors     Published Date: May 06, 2013
The objective of this white paper is to provide IT executives and UNIX subject matter experts (SMEs) with a high level comparison of the UNIX virtualization offerings from HP for Integrity and HP-UX1 vs. IBM for Power and AIX. To assist in making a balanced comparison, this paper provides a high-level, feature-to-feature comparison of key areas of virtualization and virtualization management as well as modular table-based comparisons. Final this paper will examine information from publicly available resources.
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unix, virtualization, sme, virtualization management, aix
    
HP - Intel® Itanium® processors
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Mar 12, 2013
Follow-on white paper on the state of the Itanium market segment after the Oracle lawsuit and subsequent release of the new Integrity systems based on the Intel Itanium 9500 processor.
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hp itanium, servers, point of no return, joe clabby
    
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Sep 27, 2013
Analyst Joe Clabby writing about HP's flawed Itanium strategy states that continued investment in a converged Itanium/x86 infrastructure is a huge waste of research and development money. Itanium should be treated as a specialty processor that performs certain workloads. Read it here.
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hewlett packard, itanuim, converged infrastructure, feint, x86 server, servers
    
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