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"Servers & Data Systems" - 23 Total Result(s)
A Computer of Firsts: The PDP-1
Introduced in 1959, the Programmed Data Processor-1 (PDP-1) was the first computer from Digital Equipment Corporation, the first computer to focus on interaction with the user and the first minicomput ...
All in the Family: The Growth of the HP 3000
By 1989, the HP 3000, first launched 17 years earlier, had grown into an entire family of business computers that were expandable and compatible, allowing for a wide range of systems from which to cho ...
All SystemPro Go: x86 PC Architecture
The Compaq SystemPro was perhaps the first server built around the industry standard x86 PC architecture, changing the field forever. Hewlett-Packard took over server R&D and production from Compaq in ...
BH5700 Blade Server: Meeting the Standard
As mobile technology revolutionized communications, Hewlett-Packard developed new solutions to help companies thrive in the new environment. The bh5700 blade server, released in 2006, was one of the f ...
Crafted by Hand
Hewlett-Packard first entered the computer market before the invention of the microprocessor, making computer construction and operation all the more challenging. These CPU registers for Hewlett-Packa ...
DEC’s PDP-11: A Mighty Minicomputer
Digital Equipment Corporation’s Programmed Data Processor-11 (PDP-11) series was perhaps the most popular minicomputer in history. It was in production from 1970 until the 1990s. During that time, aro ...
Digging Into Data Centers
HP Corporate Business Systems marked Hewlett-Packard’s entry into the market for data-center-specific products. The systems included nine models adapted from the HP 3000 and 9000 product lines, which ...
How Dynac/Dymec Led HP to Computers
In 1956, Hewlett-Packard created Dynac — renamed Dymec in 1958 — to work on systems in which multiple products were combined to carry out a specific purpose, such as radar simulators for missile devel ...
Next Up: NetServer Networked Computers
The NetServer series launched in 1993 — the LM 4/33 was among its introductory products. Networked computers were becoming more common in small and medium-sized businesses, and NetServer staked out He ...
On Sale: The First HP Computer Purchase
The first Hewlett-Packard computer ever purchased was sold to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in 1966 for use on the research vessel Chain.