What Does it Take to Design an HP Blade Server?

BL685c G7What’s the process to design an HP blade server?  Find out on my interview with Gary Thome, Chief Blade Architect for HP.  Thanks to the friends at SDR News, I was able to talk with Gary at the HP Tech Forum last month in Las Vegas.  In the video below, Gary discusses the steps it takes for HP to design the next generation blade and he discusses the latest blade servers announced at the HP Technology Forum.

Disclaimer: airfare, accommodations and some meals are being provided by HP, however the content being blogged is solely my opinion and does not in anyway express the opinions of HP.

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  12. Mike Roberts

    i get it that this was an HP event so you couldn't really call Gary on it, but amazing that HP is saying bl620 “defined a category” and is “the most scalable 2S blade on the market” when Dell was shipping M910 back in March and is much more scalable than BL620 (can be 2S or 4S, either with 32 DIMMS).

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