HP launches ‘Moonshot’, a mobile server with soul

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The U.S. company Hewlett-Packard (HP) announced the launch of a system called ‘Moonshot’, using ‘chips’ designed for mobile devices, designed to build data centers more efficient and compact.

HP- Moonshot

HP- Moonshot

The servers ‘Moonshot’ trabajabn with ‘chips’ Intel Atom, commonly used in smartphones and tablets.

This product is now available in the U.S. and Canada, while other markets will come in May.

According to HP, ‘Moonshot’ occupies only a fifth of a traditional server, is 77% cheaper and 89% menosde uses energy.

“With nearly 10,000 million Internet-connected devices and an exponential growth forecast, we have reached a point where the demand for space, power and cost of traditional technology are no longer sustainable,” argued the CEO of HP, Meg Whitman said in a statement.

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