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Compaq/New HP Business and NonStop Server Update
NonStop
Enterprise Division
CTUG Update
Dick Bird
Business Manager
NED Canada
June 12, 2002
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The new hp
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market leadership today
#1 in fault-tolerant systems
#1 in storage
#1 in Windows ® s e r v e r s
#1 in PCs
#1 in Linux ® s e r v e r s
#1 in pocket PCs
#1 in UNIX servers
#1 in printing & imaging
#1 in management software
#3 in IT services
actual company and product names mentioned herein are the trademarks of their respective owners.
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customer value proposition
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continuous
invention
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lower total
cost of
ownership
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choice &
flexibility
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stability &
security
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useful invention that solves real customer problems
understanding and anticipating customers’ needs
and delivering inventive solutions
quality and engineering
reduced complexity, better use of existing assets
standard building blocks
improved manageability and interoperability
managed services
blended channel model
open architecture approach across multiple
operating systems
point products, integrated solutions and services
business continuity infrastructure and solutions
clear accountability for your success
global reach, leading global brand
best-in- class customer support
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who we are
personal systems group (PSG)
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handhelds
desktops
workstations
notebooks
emerging technologies
imaging & printing group (IPG)
consumer/business printing
digital imaging
digital publishing
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enterprise systems group (ESG)
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servers
storage
software
solutions
hp services (HPS)
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customer support
managed services
consulting and integration
domain expertise
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ESG helps you meet your
business goals
enterprise
systems
• delivering business and
infrastructure solutions for
specific industry and business
needs
• collaborating with you and your
partners for tailored solutions
• all built on best -i n - c l a s s
products
our solutions enable you to
exploit IT for sustainable
business
solutions
competitive advantage through:
• a virtualized IT infrastructure
that serves as an extensible
foundation, and is delivered as
a utility
infrastructure
solutions
servers
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storage
• industry -l e a d i n g m a n a g e m e n t
solutions
software
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HP Servers
Most comprehensive server
offering
L o n g -t e r m c o m m i t m e n t t o
innovation in and delivery
Industry
standard
servers
of industry standards
Business
critical
systems
Multi - O S s t r a t e g y t o s u p p o r t
today’s diverse environments
Operating system building blocks
to create resource virtualization
Business model leadership to
achieve superior cost structures
T i m e -t o - m a r k e t a d v a n t a g e i n
emerging blades market
M a r k e t -l e a d i n g h i g h - p e r f o r m a n c e
technical server portfolio
Servers
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powering the
real-time enterprise
the NonStop
Enterprise
Division
p r o v i d i n g b u s i n e s scritical value to the
enterprise through
innovative products and
solutions that deliver the
highest levels of
availability, performance,
scalability, and
manageability
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NonStop Business Review
NonStop is attracting new customers
• New business > 20% of revenue for last 4 quarters
• Q42001: New business was 24% of NSD revenue
NonStop has a secure customer base
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NonStop servers accounted for approximately 26% of AL3/4
market in 2001
Revenue growth in a tough market
• NonStop revenue grew 4% in 2001
• Q4 2001 revenue growth 19% QoQ – 28% if large Telcos
(Motorola, Ericsson) excluded
• SUN HW revenue down 24% Q1 2002 vs. Q1 2001
• IBM revenue dropped over 20% in same period
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NonStop Enterprise Division
worldwide revenue
other financial 17%
banking 28%
services 7%
wholesale/retail
distribution 5%
manufacturing 5%
transportation 3%
government 3%
other 3%
communications 29%
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NonStop Server
Fueling Growth in
the Real - Time
Enterprise
Industry leading scalability
and availability now possible
for Web Services and
business critical Java
applications
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What we are announcing
Growth engine for HP’s ZLE initiative and new NonStop™ partners and
customers
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New industry initiatives, new ISV partners
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Extend enterprise level Java Services
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Provide most robust scalable open technologies, Web Services,
NonStop SQL publish/subscribe feature
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Deliver best TCO for business critical applications
Better performance and price performance for all NonStop server
customers
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New CPUs, larger memory, faster disks
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Up to 54% price performance increase
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1.5x – 2 . 5 x a p p l i c a t i o n p e r f o r m a n c e b o o s t
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4 year roadmap to Itanium is on track at midway
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NonStop Server Strategy Review
CORBA
clients
IIOP
COMMON
STANDARDS
UNCOMMON
ADVANTAGES
Java
clients
Tuxedo
clients
RMI/IIOP
Jolt etc.
Web browser Web Services
clients
rich clients
HTTP/S
XML/SOAP
Messaging
clients
MQS, JMS…
Portable applications using standard APIs and protocols
CORBA
APIs
IIOP
protocol
Java &
J2EE
APIs
RMI/IOP
Tuxedo
APIs &
Protocols
Pwy APIs
&
Protocols
Web APIs
HTTP
Protocol
SQL APIs,
ODBC,
JDBC…
NonStop™
CORBA
NonStop™
EAS
NonStop™
Tuxedo
Pathway/iTS
Pathway/XM
Web Services:
iTP Web Server
NonStop™ XML
NonStop™ SOAP
Data Base
Services:
NonStop™ TS/MP, NonStop™ TMF – system-wide process and transaction mgmt.
NonStop™ Kernel – OS and cluster-wide message system
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NonStop Growth Engine Announcement Overview
COMMON
STANDARDS
• New industry leading ZLE partners
• New Java services
• New industry leading available and scalable Web
Services
• Ultra-reliable Java messaging (JMS) that
leverages NonStop SQL pub/sub
• Next-generation ZLE applications never before
thought possible !
UNCOMMON • Reliable & persistent Java and J2EE applications
2.5 x faster and more scalable
ADVANTAGES • Can reliably handle unlimited number of
concurrent web messages
• Integrated hardware, OS and middleware,delivering
highest levels of availability & scale at best TCO
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hp NonStop
S86000 servers
and S76 family of
servers
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N o n S t o p ™ Himalaya S - Series Product Roadmap
N o n S t o p ™ servers product roadmap
2001
2002
2003
2004
MIPS
MIPS
R12000™
R14000™
MIPS
S p e e d -up
Itanium
S74000
S86000/76000
ServerNet
16-node
24-node
56-node
ServerNet
technology
clusters
clusters
clusters
III
8 & 36 GB
18 & 73 GB
18 & 73 GB
StorageWorks
(15Krpm)
extensions
processors
storage
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(10Krpm)
(15Krpm)
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S88000/78000
StorageWorks
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N o n S t o p ™ server
investment protection
1980s
1990
1993
1995
1997
1999 to 2004
2004
CLX
600
700
Cyclone/R
K1000
K2000
S7000
S70000
S72000
S74000
NonStop
S76000
S86000
S88000
800
CISC-
MIPS RISC
D-series
MIPS RISC
MIPS RISC
MIPS RISC R12000,
based
R3000
software
R4400
R4400
R14000, R16000, R18000
& R10000
servers
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servers based
on Itanium
processor
ServerNet
ServerNet II
ServerNet III
technology
technology
technology
ServerNet III
object code
object code
compatibility
compatibility
instruction set
instruction set
architecture
architecture
transition
transition
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NonStop™ servers (RISC to EPIC)
protection of investment in software
1990
CISC to RISC upgrade
object
code
interpreter
CISC
2004
accelerator
source
native RISC
code
compiler
RISC
RISC to Itanium upgrade
CISC
object
interpreter
code
translator
RISC
Itanium
RISC
source
native Itanium compiler
code
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key elements for new high- e n d s e r v e r s
A premium high-end HP NonStop ™ S86000 system has a configuration
of up to 16 processors and 44 cabinets.
• MIPS R14000 processor
• 1, 2, 4, and 16 GB of main memory
• 8 MB secondary cache
• high - p e r f o r m a n c e m e m o r y i n t e r f a c e
• 90% CPU performance increase over NonStop S74000 servers
A high-end NonStop S76000 system has a configuration of
up to 16 processors and 44 cabinets.
• MIPS R14000 processor
• 1, 2, 4, and 16 GB of main memory
• 4 MB secondary cache
• 50% CPU performance increase over NonStop S74000 servers
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key elements of other new servers
midrange server
• N o n S t o p ™ S7600 system; configuration of up to
16 processors and 24 cabinets
– MIPS R12000 processor
– 1 GB of main memory
entry -l e v e l s e r v e r s
• N o n S t o p S 7 6 0 s y s t e m (same as S76000; configuration
limited to 2 processors and 3 cabinets)
• N o n S t o p S 7 6 system (same as S7600; configuration
limited to 2 processors and 3 cabinets)
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S86000 system and software
Web Services
NonStop EAS 1.1
NonStop SQL 1.5 GA
Gigabit Ethernet
O S S – Easier to Install
Q U A L I T Y
P E R F O R M A N C
E
Java 1.3 VM, JMS
S86000
90% Greater Performance
15K RPM Disk Drives
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hp NonStop ™ S86000 server architecture
125- M H z
hp ServerNet II
interface
CPU
CPU
memory
memory
processor
interface
processor
interface
X
X
Y
1.9x faster
larger secondary
cache (8 MB)
larger memory
(1, 2, 4, and 16 GB)
Y
high - s p e e d L A N
ServerNet
II
Gigabit Ethernet
X
processor
external SCSI
connection
SCSI
(PMC)
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ServerNet expansion
ServerNet expansion
SCSI
SCSI
8
SCSI
disks
SCSI
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ServerNet bus interface
service
1 5 , 0 0 0 -r p m d r i v e s
Gigabit Ethernet
ServerNet bus interface
routers
Y
service
processor
SCSI
(PMC)
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new appearance
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availability of the
new hp NonStop™
servers
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S86000
June 2002
S86000SE
calendar Q4
2002
S76000
June 2002
S 7 6 0 0 calendar Q3
2002
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S760
June 2002
S76
calendar Q3
2002
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server compatibility
h p N o n S t o p ™ S86000 and S76000 server compatibility
• infrastructure, power, cabinets, and so on, unchanged
• mix and match the NonStop S86000 and S76000 servers
with NonStop S74000 and S72000 servers in
same system
• cannot mix NonStop S86000 or S76000 servers in the
same system with S70000 servers
• cannot mix processors within the same cabinet
– cannot mix NonStop S86000 and S76000 processors in
the same cabinet with S72000 or S70000 processors
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What this means to Sabre & Nasdaq
• Comments from hp employees performing the EAP testing
• Sabre is now seeing consistent 2x performance on the
NonStop S86000 vs. the S74000 running the exact same
queries and database layouts.
• Nasdaq has measured 2.05x S74000 performance on
the ACT (Automated Confirmation & Trading)
application. Nasdaq is thrilled with the performance.
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java products
for hp NonStop ™
servers
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• nsj2, nsj2.1 – j2se sdk
1.2
• J d b c type 2 & type 3 for
sql/mp & sql/mx
• jtoolkit – j p a t h s e n d,
jenscribe, j p a t h w a y, sip
currently
shipping
• n s c o r b a 2.3 - jorb
• n s j s p - jsp 1.1, servlets
2.2
• n s e a s 1.1 - critical mass
of j2ee 1.2 apis
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• nsj3 - j2se 1.3.1
• soap 1.1
• xml 1.0
expected to ship
• jms 1.0
later in 2002
• sqlj
• nssql/mx 1.8
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• NSEAS 1.1 ~23% faster
than NSEAS 1.0
most j2ee apps
should see at least
200% better
performance
compared to
previous generation
• NSJ3 ~15% faster than
NSJ2.1
• with ~86% H W
improvements, this is
well over 200%
• not all Java apps will
experience this
improvement
• most processorintensive EJBs should
get close
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breakthrough in
scalable
persistent
messaging
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NonStop ™ JMS provides
rock - solid persistent
messaging with virtually
unlimited scalability
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enables the
development of a new
generation of
asynchronous
applications, with
enterprise-l e v e l
scalability and reliability
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APIs required for J2EE 1.2 compliance
NSJ
platform
iTP WebServer
J2SE 1.2 (includes JIDL)
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• HTTP 1.0
TCP/IP
JDBC 2.0
• HTML 3.2
JNDI 1.2
• SSL 3.0
JTA 1.0
J2EE Containers
other
• EJB 1.1
• XML
• Servlets 2.0
• J a v a M a i l 1.1
• Servlets 2.2
• JAF 1.0
• JSP 1.1
• JMS 1.0.2 (June)
• application client
C O R B A/EJB
• RMI/IIOP 1.0
N S - EAS r1.1 (now shipping)
• IIOP 1.0
future
• JTS 1.0
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summary of what’s
new in java
standards-based
portability &
interoperability
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new NSJ3 JVM, based on
SDK 1.3.1
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NSJSP ‘Tomcat’ web
container
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NSEAS 1.1 update, with
Servlets 2.2 and JSP 1.1
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NSJ and NSEAS
performance
improvements
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N S J M S – reliable,
scalable persistent Java
messaging
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SOAP can invoke any
Java app
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X M L s c h e m a s – u n i c o d e,
and higher performance
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Pathway
N o n S t o p ™ system
containers
/domain
Jolt
Pathway
Pathway
server
sP
e ra vt ehrw a y
server
Tuxedo
Tuxedo
server
Tuxedo
server
server
NonStop
Tuxedo container
and services
C O R B A
C O R B A
based, provide different
container
and services
C O R B A
they are standards
Pathway
IIOP
CORBA
container
and services
programming
CGI,
models and protocols,
s e r vCl G
e tI ,
s e r vCl G
e tI ,
and can provide
HTTP
servlet
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container
and services
different services
RMI-IIOP
iTP WebServer
EJB
EJB
EJB
Java (J2EE)
container
and services
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so different yet so similar
common architecture
Applications
NonStop™ EAS (EJB, J2EE)
application
programming
interfaces
(APIs)
iTP Web Server (HTTP, JSP & Servlets)
NonStop CORBA
database
NonStop TUXEDO
• NonStop SQL
Pathway
hp
NonStop
services
• Enscribe
hp NonStop
hp NonStop
Transaction
Transaction
Services/MP
Monitor/MP
• Process mgmt.
• Transaction
• IPC
• Load balancing
management
• DB integration
NonStop Kernel
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W h a t’s Ne w i n N o n S t o p S Q L D a t a b a s e
NonStop SQL/MX 1.5 new features
• New, higher performance, extensible compiler, and
optimizer
– Faster processing with improved price/performance
• Powerful Publish- Subscribe & Queuing Functions
– E n a b l e s a p p l i c a t i o n s f o r r e a l -t i m e e n t e r p r i s e
• New ODBC/MX access to your SQL data
– 2x to 8x faster (bulk inserts up to 20x faster) than ODBC/MP
• Larger JOINs, faster complex queries, more memory
in new systems
– More power to “mine” data for better, faster business intelligen ce
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Publish/Subscribe
• Powerful capability moved into NS SQL database for
automatic scalability and reliability
• Myriad of uses for next - generation apps
• Internet shopping – publish price changes
• Internet Buying – subscribe to price changes
• T e l e p h o n y – Law enforcement subscription to traced
phone numbers
• Database approach leads to improved ROI, lower TCO,
better manageability, scalability, reliability, etc.
• Better than non relational queuing, better than triggers
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Industry Initiatives
The new, faster NonStop Servers allows organizations to analyze more
information quicker than ever before
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Analyze data closer to the source, enabling better real time
decision making
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Use of larger memories
Introduce new ZLE- enabled solutions for Telco, Finance, Travel and
healthcare industries
Introduce new leading ISV and Middleware solutions
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SeeBeyond, TIBCO
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Can now expand ZLE to include B2B
– Open interfaces extend integration beyond applications to
entire organizations
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Common Standards enable industry
leading ISV solutions
Two New Industry Leading EAI
Solutions
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SeeBeyond
•
Tibco
Facilitated by NED Engineering team
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Responsible for optimization of
EAI tool interaction with ZLE
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Porting assistance for adapters
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Support of lighthouse customer
engagements
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SeeBeyond for NonStop
Leading EAI Suite
• Deep Port of e*Gate to HP N o n S t o p ™
– Message Routing
– Message Transformation
– Process flow execution
• Leverages the platform’s
– NonStop server attributes for better availability
– Parallelism for linear scalability
– Transaction Processing for extreme performance
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TIBCO Partnership
Reseller relationship expected
TIBCO’s Adapter on HP NonStop ™
server available in Q1
TIBCO indicates there is strong
possibility that if the acquisition
goes forward it will port it’s entire
line on top of Talarian’s JMS
which may provide a deep port of
TIBCO on HP NonStop ™ server
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Travel Industry
Potential to develop required new applications:
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i n t e g r a t e d r e a l -t i m e r u l e - b a s e d a p p l i c a t i o n s c o m b i n e d w i t h f a r e s
query can move web shoppers to book and then ticket
•
real -t i m e ( a n d h i s t o r i c a l ) C R M , f a r e s & i n v e n t o r y a v a i l a b i l i t y
•
security (bag match, profiling, fraud, …)
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Real time passenger name lists, passports, visas
•
TPF performance in an open environment with significantly reduced
cost of ownership
“ T h e t r a v e l i n d u s t r y i s u n d e r g o i n g r a d i c a l c h a n g e i n t h e a f t er m a t h o f
September 11th. HP and Gestation are making tremendous strides t o
a d d r e s s i n d u s t r y t e c h n o l o g y n e e d s . G e s t a t i o n i s e x c i t e d t o o f f e r its
s o l u t i o n s o n t h e S 8 6 0 0 0 s e r v e r l i n e a n d w e l o o k f o r w a r d t o h a r n es s i n g
t h e i m p r o v e d p e r f o r m a n c e a n d c o s t - of - o w n e r s h i p a d v a n t a g e s . ”
Michael F. Stone, CEO, CTC
Gestation Incorporated
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Finance Industry
• Increased performance allows real time processing of transaction s
T + 0 a n d S t r a i g h t -t h r o u g h - p r o c e s s i n g ( S T P ) a r e c o m i n g
requirements
• Java and Web Service API’s facilitate integration
BHMI
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•
Concourse- E S P – Enhanced Settlement processing
•
N e a r r e a l -t i m e s e t t l e m e n t s s y s t e m f o r d e b i t p a y m e n t s
•
“For our finance customers, Baldwin, Hackett and Meeks, Inc.
(BHMI) see this announcement by HP’s NonStop Enterprise
Division as another milestone on the way to same day close. Who
else would we rely on to ensure the safety and accuracy of our
customer’s data during such tumultuous times?”
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Telecommunications Industry
• Increased performance allows real time processing of call detail
records
• Java and Web Service API’s facilitate integration
Ushacomm
•
New real time billing application
•
Exploits new power of S86000 plus Business Event Manager to
better process bills in real time
•
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“Ushacomm feels that this announcement from HP’s NonStop
Enterprise Division provides further proof that we have chosen
the right partner with which to implement our next-generation
billing solution, which uses as it’s foundation the HP ZLE
concept.”
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our commitment to our
customers:
aggressively deliver open
standards for mission critical
applications – common standards
with uncommon advantages
continue to:
drive down total cost of
ownership improving ROI
Summary
recruit, partner and invest in new
ISVs
drive up performance, mixed
workload capabilities
deliver on committed roadmap
with storage, client standards,
and Itanium.
deliver investment protection
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