HP offers four-way Opteron server

Hewlett-Packard Co. Monday will formally announce its first servers based on Advanced Micro Devices Inc.s Opteron processor, including a four-CPU model. HP said the ProLiant DL585 supports twice the memory capacity and is less expensive than its DL580 system, which is based on Intel Corp.'s Xeon chip. But the DL585 lacks the memory protection features built into the DL580, HP added.

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