June 10, 2004

HP delivers expanded management and Linux capabilities to new customers

PALO ALTO, Calif. -- HP (NYSE:HPQ)(Nasdaq:HPQ) today announced it is the first vendor to sell more than 100,000 blade servers, retaking the market share lead in the industry's fastest-growing server market segment.

HP also announced availability of the industry's densest two-processor blade server -- the HP ProLiant BL30p -- new blade customers, industry-leading performance benchmarks and product launch details, including both AMD Opteron⢠processor and Intel® Itanium® processor-based blade servers.

"No other company has demonstrated a stronger commitment to helping businesses leverage industry-standard solutions in the increasingly popular blade market than HP," said James Mouton, vice president, platform division, Industry Standard Servers, HP. "Beyond the 100,000-unit milestone, HP is uniquely positioned to offer the systems, software, solutions and services customers need to best leverage blade architecture in an Adaptive Enterprise."

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