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HP 9000

HP 9000 is a line of workstation and server computer systems produced by the Hewlett-Packard Company (HP). The native operating system for almost all HP 9000 systems is HP-UX, which is based on UNIX System V. The HP 9000 brand was introduced in 1984 to encompass several existing technical workstation models previously launched in the early 1980s.

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HP 300

The HP 300 “Amigo” was a computer produced by Hewlett-Packard (HP) in the late 1970s based loosely on the stack-based HP 3000, but with virtual memory for both code and data. The HP300 was cut-short from being a commercial success despite the huge engineering effort, which included HP-developed and -manufactured silicon on sapphire (SOS) processor and I/O chips.

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PowerHouse (programming language)

PowerHouse is a trademarked name for a byte-compiled fourth-generation programming language (or 4GL) originally produced by Quasar Corporation (later renamed Cognos Incorporated) for the Hewlett-Packard HP3000 mini-computer. It was initially composed of five components:

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Compaq Presario 1200

The Compaq Presario 1200 Series was a line of notebook computers produced between 1998 and 2000 by Compaq. They were originally noted for their AMD processors, light weight and 12-inch LCD screens, while later models included a shift to Intel processors and other changed features. The label of “Compaq Presario 1200” includes a vast set of model numbers and revisions, ...

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HP Blackbird 002

The HP Blackbird 002 was a gaming and high-performance PC built by HP’s Voodoo Business Unit. It launched on September 2007 and won over 10 Editor’s Choice awards,[citation needed] including one from C-NET which gave it a 9.3 out of 10. The chassis was made out of brushed aluminum and it sat on a cast aluminum foot. The elevation provided ...

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HP Converged Systems

HP ConvergedSystem is a portfolio of system-based products from Hewlett-Packard (HP) that integrates preconfigured IT components into systems for virtualization, cloud computing, big data, collaboration, converged management, and client virtualization. Composed of servers, storage, networking, and integrated software and services, the systems are designed to address the cost and complexity of data center operations and maintenance by pulling the IT ...

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HP Neoview

HP Neoview was a data warehouse and business intelligence computer server line based on the Hewlett Packard NonStop line. It acted as a database server, providing NonStop OS and NonStop SQL, but lacked the transaction processing functionality of the original NonStop systems.

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HP OneView

HPE OneView software provides management tools for converged infrastructure and are used by system administrators to provision, control, and manage software-defined data center components. System administrators use one unified interface, HPE OneView to automate data center maintenance and management tasks. These data center maintenance and management tasks traditionally required numerous manual steps and multiple management tools.

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TippingPoint

Trend Micro TippingPoint’s Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) deals with IT threat protection. Combining new application-level security practical with user awareness and inbound/outbound messaging inspection capabilities. The scalable NGIPS protects the user’s applications, network and data from new threats. The TippingPoint NGIPS protects the user’s network from the sophisticated attacks.

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