Hewlett Packard Servers, Processors and Disk Storage

Global IT is your source for the complete line of Hewlett Packard 9000 and Integrity series products. From fully integrated systems to add-ons, upgrades and spare parts we provide you with the reliable quality parts you need all backed by a full 90 day warranty.

About Hewlett-Packard

Hewlett-Packard, also known as HP, is a multinational technology company headquartered in Palo Alto, California. HP provides servers, controllers, processors, software, disk storage and services to businesses of all sizes. HP is active in the government, health and education sectors.

HP History

In 1939 Hewlett-Packard was founded in a Palo Alto garage by Bill Redington Hewlett and Dave Packard. HP specializes in developing and manufacturing servers, information storage, memory, SAS DRIVES and SATA DRIVES and networking equipment and software design. Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak held summer jobs at HP. The two eventually founded Apple, Inc in their own Polo Alto garage.

Hewlett-Packard Product Information

HP SAS/SCSI Drives

Serial Attached SCSI / SAS are a great storage solution. Computer storage requirements have increase and performance, reliability and accessibility have become more critical than ever. Hewlett-Packard portfolio of SAS drives meets all these demands.

SATA Hard Drives

SATA provides the best price for entry-level servers and external storage needs in low workload environments. SATA drives are available in both 3.5″ and 2.5″ form factors.

HP WordStations

Hewlett-Packard desktop computers include everyday desktop computers, slim and sleek desktops, high performance desktops, and touch screen computers . For small to large business customers, HP offers a range of desktop computers and workstation computers.

HP Servers

HP Integrity Servers

Integrity by Hewlett-Packard has been produced since 2003. The Integrity brand name was inherited by HP from Tandem Computers through the purchase of Compaq. Chipset support from 4 CPUs up to to 8 PCI-X busses. The sx1000 supports up to 64 CPUs and up to 192 PCI-X buses. The successors are the zx2 and sx2000, respectively.

HP9000 Servers

HP 9000 servers produced by the Hewlett-Packard Company run HP-UX, which is a flavor of Unix. Introduced in 1984 to bring together existing workstations models launched in the early 1980s, the HP 9000 brand was discontinued in 2008.

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