Moonshot: HP’s Bold Rethinking Of The Server
In February 2012, Hewlett-Packard unveiled a bold new blade server-based ProLiant platform named "Project Moonshot" that consisted of low-powered Intel Atom processors. Today, Moonshot has moved from R&D project to a significant part of some HP partners’ business.
The Moonshot server is a platform that manages to cram 45 Intel server cartridges into a 4.3U chassis alongside two network switches. It’s a high-density ecosystem that weaves together use-specific jobs, local chassis fabric and a converged infrastructure.
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