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Mobility Challenges many Enterprises. HP's Carol Hess, VP WW Commercial Product Management explains that today's workforce challenges an IT administrator to provide devices that allow professionals to work from a variety of locations at any time. Consumer devices arrive with such variety and capabilities that it's hard to include features such as security and administration that enterprise management views as essential.
A fully capable suite of mobile devices is important in attracting and retaining talent, especially with Millenials and Digital Natives . Carol provides a look at at detachable mobile device announced the HP ProX-2 tablet that combines tablet with docking Powerbase offering full HD resolution and a number of expansion ports, extending the battery life in excess of fourteen hours. Security features such as fingerprint readers and security cards are supported.
We also take a look at the HP EliteBook 1040, a contrasting unit that is optimized for executive use and examine some of the tradeoffs between the two user types in the enterprise. Evaluation units for the HP ProX-2 will be available in September .
Intel and HP: A New View of High Performance Computing
The demand for computional power continues at an accelerating rate. Designers have to optimize both the chip design performance, scaling, and thermal management while balancing the system between IO, on-ship storage and performance for various market segments. HP introduced the Apollo 8000 system at HP Discover, and in this interview Jim Ganthier, VP Enterprise Group at HP and Dylan Larson, Director of Product Marketing at Intel discuss the thermal and mechanical innovations that allowed HP to advance cooling, space and power performance for High Performance Computing.
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