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HP Integrity and PA-RISC 9000 Server Residual Value Forecast, June 2010

HP Integrity and PA-RISC 9000 Server Residual Value Forecast, June 2010

Market Study
Published: June 2010
Pages: For full details, please email keithw@cmsinfo.com
Research from: IDC Research
Sector: Information & Communications Technology

From: GBP 7500.00
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This IDC study provides residual value forecasts of HP's Integrity and PA-RISC servers. The study explains the current market conditions that are affecting the value of used hardware on the secondary market and what future technological changes will further impact these values. We explore the factors impacting this space of the server market and the technology changes expected over the next several years. This information helps those who invest in hardware assess their risk and provides guidance on the amount of residual value that is expected to be realized at the end of lease term. This IDC study provides residual value forecasts of HP's Integrity and PA-RISC servers. The study explains the current market conditions that are affecting the value of used hardware on the secondary market and what future technological changes will further impact these values. We explore the factors impacting this space of the server market and the technology changes expected over the next several years. This information helps those who invest in hardware assess their risk and provides guidance on the amount of residual value that is expected to be realized at the end of lease term.

"From our perspective, the HP strategy of integrating the blades and servers in the same chassis was a game changer and a move we anticipate will be followed by other vendors shortly. It brings the notion of server consolidation and converged infrastructure to a new level, which we expect to be embraced by IT shops." ? Susan Middleton, research director, Technology Valuation Services

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