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HP says they’re back—when did they leave?

HP says they’re back—when did they leave?

Company continues to expand its PC line-up, with new touchscreen all-in-ones and low-cost colorful Chromeboxes. By Jon Peddie I remember when HP bought Compaq in 2001 (for a whopping $25 billion (almost $34 billion in today’s dollars), and it looked like Compaq had acquired HP. All the big iron enterprize stuff was rolled out, some [...]

By March 25, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Workstation market ends 2013 on a high note

Workstation market ends 2013 on a high note

Latest Jon Peddie Research report shows Dell gaining ground on the competition. Jon Peddie Research says 2013 proved to be a good year for the tandem markets of workstations and professional GPUs. In the fourth quarter, the market continued onward and upward, holding on to the substantial gains of the previous two quarters, closing out [...]

HP’s Z230: the workstation market leader’s entry-class deskside… sort of

HP’s Z230: the workstation market leader’s entry-class deskside… sort of

Head-to-head tests with competing units from Lenovo and Boxx show the mix of components is the differentiating factor. By Alex Herrera [Editor's Note: Full-size versions of all charts from this article are available at the GraphicSpeak Facebook page.] We’ve had a steady parade of workstations coming through our doors recently for review. They’ve come in [...]

By February 4, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
HP Z1 all-in-one workstation adds multi-touch

HP Z1 all-in-one workstation adds multi-touch

HP also adds Thunderbolt 2 and other updates to keep up with the new Mac Pro. As 2013 came to an end, HP gave the industry’s first and only all-in-one workstation, the Z1, its first refresh, set by Intel’s release of Haswell about one quarter earlier. However, this refresh was more than just a new [...]

By January 30, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Workstations defy the PC decline in third quarter

Workstations defy the PC decline in third quarter

More than 973,000 units shipped in the quarter, approaching a record. Workstation-caliber GPUs were up 19% in the quarter. “If you thought the workstation market was in decline like its PC sibling, think again.” So reports technology and market research firm, Jon Peddie Research (JPR), which has completed its data collection and analysis of the [...]

By December 11, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
The PC market is shifting

The PC market is shifting

The companies you know as computer makers buy, not make, all the component parts. Who’s to say the component makers can’t get into the game as well? By Jon Peddie Perhaps you’ve noticed the subtle but unrelenting move by component suppliers to enter into the device/systems/appliance markets. Intel did it with medical devices about four [...]

By October 28, 2013 5 Comments Read More →
HP adds multi-function scan-print to Designjet large-format printing line

HP adds multi-function scan-print to Designjet large-format printing line

Up to E-size color prints and scans in a tight footprint.   HP extends its Designjet line of workgroup large-format printers with a new multi-function model, the HP Designjet T2500 eMultifunction Printer (EMP). Designed for AEC and GIS firms as well as government agencies and enterprise customers with wide-format needs, the T2500 EMP puts an [...]

By September 30, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
HP unveils new workstation line-up

HP unveils new workstation line-up

A refresh for the deskside, a svelte new line of notebooks, new high-end monitors, and Thunderbolt I/O. HP intends to stay on top in workstations.   By Alex Herrera HP’s workstation division from Fort Col­lins, Colorado recently showed off their new lineup at a gala event in New York. These guys have to be one of the [...]

By September 26, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
New workstations arrive to take advantage of Ivy Bridge-EP

New workstations arrive to take advantage of Ivy Bridge-EP

Dell, HP, and Fujitsu are ready on Day One with new workstations; Lenovo and Apple will be along shortly. [Editor’s Note: This is the second article in a two-part series on next-generation CPUs from Intel. Yesterday’s article (Intel launches next-generation Ivy Bridge-EP), introduces the new CPUs; today’s article introduces the first workstations and servers to [...]

By September 20, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
HP new graphics blade server to support Nvidia GRID

HP new graphics blade server to support Nvidia GRID

The “Blade Workstation” given a broader role to play in remote graphics By Alex Herrera HP recently announced it was supporting Nvidia’s GRID technology in its next-generation graphics server blade, the HP WS460c. And while we’ve long expected to see a GRID-enabled server product from HP, the form this support takes is noteworthy, one that [...]

By September 2, 2013 1 Comments Read More →