It was only summer of last year when HP began making a lot of noise about its commitment to cloud computing overall, and the OpenStack platform in particular. Now, the company is moving its cloud strategy into high gear. It announced the HP Helion brand in 2014, and pledged to commit $1 billion over the next two years on products and services surrounding OpenStack, under Helion's branded umbrella.
Now, the company is betting big on open hardware designs with new Cloudline servers that will sell for low prices and eschew the proprietary technology that the company uses in its Proliant servers.
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