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HP Integrity Servers have been leaders in the industry for providing mission-critical RAS since their inception. This latest generation of Integrity, based on HP's Converged Infrastructure, not only offers common infrastructure, components, and management from x86 to Superdome, but also extend the Integrity RAS legacy. The new line of HP Integrity servers consists of the BL860c i2, BL870c i2, BL890c i2 server blades; the rx2800 i2 rack-mount Integrity server; and the Integrity Superdome 2. All of these latest generations of Integrity servers are designed to maximize uptime and reduce operating costs.
HP's latest generation of Integrity Servers are all part of HP's Converged Infrastructure. This means that all of HP's servers from x86 to Superdome use the same racks, enclosures, and management environments, thus allowing HP to focus on the value-add mission-critical RAS features of Integrity.
Hot-swap n+1 redundancy for fans and power supplies; and single-bit detect and double-bit correct error correction coding with single chip kill for memory are examples of industry-wide standard server RAS features. Though the new Integrity systems have these too, this white paper will instead focus on the differentiating RAS features that set them above the industry standard servers.
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