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HP Z Workstations Get Cooling, Storage Boost for Big Data Power
December 11, 2015 Blog big data

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Compute intensive industries are the target of HP’s latest desktop workstations. HP Inc. said its recently announced Z Workstations manage data storage challenges 16 times more quickly than comparably priced SATA solid-state storage devices, while also offering a significantly quieter cooling system.

Equipped with HP’s Z Turbo Drive Quad Pro, the new HPZ440 (pictured), Z640, and Z840 Workstations can help users manage large volumes of stored data at sequential performance speeds of up to 9.0 GB per second, according to tests cited by HP.

That kind of speed enables the new workstations to handle the big-data demands of compute-intensive industries like media and entertainment, CAD, architecture, finance, healthcare, scientific imaging, and oil and gas exploration.

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