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HP announces early access for next gen EVA

09 May 11

Hewlett Packard announced its early access programme for the upcoming P6000 EVA, saying it represents a significant opportunity for clients to accelerate storage consolidation projects and reduce datacentre costs, without retraining administrative staff.


This early access programme is available in New Zealand now, and all HP distributors will have access to the programme.


Part of HP’s Converged Infrastructure portfolio, the HP P6000 EVA represents the company’s fifth generation EVA and features increased capacity and performance improvements.


HP says the P6000 EVA delivers greater flexibility and performance and comes with a 6Gb/second Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) back-end, support for standard SAS hard disk drives, and eight gigabit Fibre Channel connectivity. Further details on features will be disclosed at the HP DISCOVER event in Las Vegas, NV, taking place June 6 - 10.


Clients interested in the early access programme can contact their local HP reseller or account representative; more information is also available online at www.hp.com/storage/newera.

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