HP to downsize its utility IT tools

FRAMINGHAM (09/26/2003) - Hewlett-Packard Co. said it's developing a slimmed-down version of its Utility Data Center (UDC) software, a set of utility computing tools for managing IT resources. The software will be aimed at midsize companies and departmental users and will start at about US$100,000, compared with an $800,000 base price for the full-function UDC. The new software should ship next year.

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