HP Pavilion dv9700t

The HP Pavilion dv9700t is a model series of laptop/mobile computers manufactured by Hewlett-Packard Company featuring a 17.0 inch (diagonal) display and an Intel Crestline PM965 motherboard mounted in a clamshell-type case. This model was released in January 2007 and is no longer in production. The DV9700 line has been replaced by the larger DV7 series and smaller DV6 series. The ...

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HP OpenView

HP OpenView is the former name for a Hewlett-Packard product family that consisted of network and systems management products. In 2007, HP OpenView was rebranded as HP BTO (Business Technology Optimization) Software when it became part of the HP Software Division. The products are now available as various HP products, marketed through the HP Software Division.

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HP X-Terminals

HP X-Terminals are a line of X terminals from Hewlett Packard introduced in the early- to mid-1990s, including the 700/X and 700/RX, Envizex and Entria, and the Envizex II and Entria II. They were often sold alongside PA-RISC-based HP 9000 Unix systems. The primary use case was connecting several graphical consoles to a single server or workstation to allow multiple ...

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HP Flexible Data Center

HP Flexible Data Center, also termed FlexDC, is a modular data center built from prefabricated components by Hewlett-Packard and introduced in 2010. It is housed in five large buildings that form the shape of a butterfly. The Flexible DC looks like a traditional building, but it is fabricated off-site in order to circumvent the two years it often takes for ...

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HP ZBook

HP ZBook is a brand of mobile workstations made by Hewlett-Packard. Introduced in September 2013, it is a successor to HP’s previous mobile workstations in the HP EliteBook series.

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HP Utility Data Center

The Utility Data Center, or UDC, was a product of Hewlett Packard. It was arguably the first attempt to sell a private cloud. It featured a graphical interface that allowed the user to construct a server “farm,” including servers, OS provisioning, networking, firewalls, load balancers, and storage.

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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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