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Slide 1:We will begin at approximately 10 a.m. Pacific Time (AZ) To Join the Audio Portion of Today’s Seminar: Dial: 800-862-9098 Provide Conference ID: INSIGHT For technical assistance, please email the host: [email protected] or enter *0 after joining the conference call. Sit Back and Enjoy Our Presentation Today!

Slide 3: Agenda Why Insight Why buy HP from Insight Polling Questions HP’s Industry Standards-Based Server Strategy Why Integrity? Integrity Family Multi OS Business Case Examples Q & A and Drawing

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Slide 8:Polling Questions 1.  Select ALL operating systems currently deployed in your infrastructure? a. Windows b. Linux c. Enterprise Unix d. Netware e. Other 2. Which processor technologies are you considering for the future? a. AMD Opteron b. Itanium c. RISC 3. Have you considered server consolidation in your environment? a. Yes b. No

Slide 9:HP Integrity Servers This presentation is intended to be shared only under Non-Disclosure agreement. It supports the June 30th launch of HP Integrity servers (based on Itanium 2 processors). This presentation is intended to be shared only under Non-Disclosure agreement. It supports the June 30th launch of HP Integrity servers (based on Itanium 2 processors).

Slide 10: Our customers want, better total cost of ownership, improved reliability, better security, require simplicity and Manageability, need more adaptability, Innovation and connection. It is not a either or they want it all !! This what customers are demanding and this is what we can uniquely deliver. ! Our customers want, better total cost of ownership, improved reliability, better security, require simplicity and Manageability, need more adaptability, Innovation and connection. It is not a either or they want it all !! This what customers are demanding and this is what we can uniquely deliver. !

Slide 11:An adaptive enterprise starts with standards Discuss commitment to industry standard architectures. The foundation of an adaptive infrastructure starts with standards-based storage and servers KEY POINTS: We are committed to delivering the latest innovations in standards Committed to deliver more choices that are right for customers - that customers require - at the right price We continue to invest in the value on top of standards that makes our portfolio of servers and storage the most efficient, best performing and easiest to manage. Moving forward, our server foundation will offer the choice of Intel and AMD processors for x86 customers and Itanium for 64-bit environments This is the simplest, pure standards-based portfolio that meets the complete IT needs of any business of any size HP is the better choice because of the commonality, consistency and better integration across your modular infrastructure. This approach of standards + innovation sets HP apart from the competition KEY TAKEAWAYS: Itanium, Xeon with 64-bit extensions and Opteron processors are just one of the areas where we apply standard, modular components And the processors are only one part of the value add HP delivers to help customers build an adaptive enterprise Until recently, standardization simply meant “industry standards”– a diverse group of widely deployed architectures that form the basis for the latest communications, networking, security and web-based services. HP’s commitment to industry standards is clear from our active participation on industry boards that develop standards, through collaboration with partners to foster standards and through innovative solutions that are based on standards. HP also recognizes that industry standards alone are not enough. In order for our customers to truly embrace change and turn it into a competitive advantage, a broader approach is needed that encompasses industry-standard architectures, reusable components and consistent implementation. By taking a holistic approach, standardization has become a major ingredient in our strategy for building the adaptive enterprise. Industry standards provide: a consistent enterprise-wide approach for deploying IT at the lowest cost Reduce the diversity of your IT environment, which drives down the costs of implementing change enable different components in a heterogeneous environment to work together consistently help facilitate the integration of tomorrow’s standards and solutions drive efficiencies and economies of scale, increase flexibility and provide greater choice lower the cost of computing compared to proprietary offerings and provide the foundation for innovations that enhance functionality and the user experience. Reusable components break down silos of IT into modular assets. This building blocks approach applies to system elements, application and infrastructure, people. An IT environment based on reusable components enables you: enables a faster response to change by reconfiguring modular assets rather than starting from scratch each time a new solution is implemented to invest in solutions as the business dictates and evolving solutions as needs change reduces operational costs by eliminating the need for over-provisioning accelerating time-to-market, improving business agility and reducing the risks associated with change. Allows you to redeploy assets to support the most critical business need Consistent implementation provides a standardized approach to the way work is organized, establishing a common framework for business IT. A consistent approach to implementation increases productivity and enables the rapid redeployment of people, process and technology to meet changing business demand. Consistent implementation: reduces the time required to implement change improves operational efficiency through use of industry best practices and in-house best in class practices Sets the foundation for virtualizing and managing the adaptive enterpriseDiscuss commitment to industry standard architectures. The foundation of an adaptive infrastructure starts with standards-based storage and servers KEY POINTS: We are committed to delivering the latest innovations in standards Committed to deliver more choices that are right for customers - that customers require - at the right price We continue to invest in the value on top of standards that makes our portfolio of servers and storage the most efficient, best performing and easiest to manage. Moving forward, our server foundation will offer the choice of Intel and AMD processors for x86 customers and Itanium for 64-bit environments This is the simplest, pure standards-based portfolio that meets the complete IT needs of any business of any size HP is the better choice because of the commonality, consistency and better integration across your modular infrastructure. This approach of standards + innovation sets HP apart from the competition

Slide 12:HP’s Industry Standards-Based Server Strategy Supporting Opteron and Xeon 64-bit extensions is consistent with our current strategy. 3 product lines on 2 industry standard architectures, x86 and Itanium. Key Points: We have been on the same trajectory since the merger - we continue to work with customers to get to the future. Going from 5 lines to 3 based on 2 industry standard architectures Enables us to put more investment in innovation to delivers more value for HP server customers. This investment is key to create the technology needed for an adaptive enterprise TAKEAWAY: Is the value-add innovation that sets HP’s portfolio apart.Supporting Opteron and Xeon 64-bit extensions is consistent with our current strategy. 3 product lines on 2 industry standard architectures, x86 and Itanium. Key Points: We have been on the same trajectory since the merger - we continue to work with customers to get to the future. Going from 5 lines to 3 based on 2 industry standard architectures Enables us to put more investment in innovation to delivers more value for HP server customers. This investment is key to create the technology needed for an adaptive enterprise TAKEAWAY:Is the value-add innovation that sets HP’s portfolio apart.

Slide 13:Why Integrity Key Take Away HP Integrity servers are a superior solution for any given operating system (I.e. a great Windows server, a fantastic HP-UX system, the best OpenVMS platform). On top of being an ideal single operating system server, Integrity servers provides unique redeployment and consolidation capabilities thru its multi operating system support. Speaker Notes One of the key components of agility is flexibility. How do we ensure – how do we provide flexibility? When looking at the HP Integrity servers with our UNIX heritage people often think about Unix and multi operating system support. We have to stop and say, wait a minute, it’s more than just a UNIX server, it’s more than a multi-operating system server, it can be a superior Windows server, it can be a fantastic Linux server, it can be the best Open VMS server. If a customer doesn’t know how to spell UNIX and only does Windows, this is a great solution. The HP Integrity servers provide a superior foundation for any single operating system. From an HP-UX standpoint we have brought our best in class/proven solution forward and combined it with Itanium processors for added performance and a better return on the IT investment. If you look at it solely from a Windows perspective, HP Integrity Servers can scale higher than anyone in the industry, thus enabling Integrity servers to support the most demanding Windows based enterprises. For Linux, the Integrity servers are capable of supporting the industry standard for 64-bit. Finally, OpenVMS customers have a path forward, thus continuing the protection of their investment. While customers benefit from this being a superior solution for a single operating system, customers benefit in other ways from the multi operating system support. The HP Integrity servers are redeployable. If the operating system needs change, the server can be reconfigured to support the new environment. This decreases the risk to the customer of obsoleting the hardware and at the same time reduces the overall cost. Then, if you look at the combination of these operating environments, HP also allows the hybrid of these operating environments operating together in different partitions. This provides customers with a whole set of different options and choices for flexibility.   As with any new technology or feature, customers will ask why should I care about a multiple operating system server? There are several reasons why you should care. First of all, the support of multiple operating environments enables you to streamline operations and standardize. Basically now you can standardize on one hardware platform and you can run multiple operating environments while standardizing your hardware operations. Secondly you can also future proof your investments, as we heard from one customers. There not sure when but they want to run Linux at some point in time in the future -- they can do that with HP Integrity. We heard from another customer that says, hey, I’m going to be able to redeploy these servers in different application areas even if that requires running different application and operating environments. All said, the ability of being able to redeploy a server regardless of operating system or application adds the element of “future-proofing” to your implementation decision.   HP Integrity servers also provide the element of shared resources. You can now, for example, take resources from a Windows partition and apply it to a UNIX partition. HP Integrity servers provide increased utilization because these servers can be deployed across multiple application areas. Thus as your addressable market of internal applications grows, you have a broader range to address them with these particular solutions.   Finally, being able to support multiple operating systems enables greater consolidation. If you want to talk about consolidation, this is the true dream consolidation machine. There’s no other server out there in the world that can do this. It is interesting that a few years ago multi operating system consolidation wasn’t that hot of a topic. Today, based on customer interaction, we see this as extremely hot. Customers are really picking up on the potential of this message. And again, even if they don’t do it today, the choice and the ability to do it at some point in the future is key in their current purchasing decisions.Key Take Away HP Integrity servers are a superior solution for any given operating system (I.e. a great Windows server, a fantastic HP-UX system, the best OpenVMS platform). On top of being an ideal single operating system server, Integrity servers provides unique redeployment and consolidation capabilities thru its multi operating system support. Speaker Notes One of the key components of agility is flexibility. How do we ensure – how do we provide flexibility? When looking at the HP Integrity servers with our UNIX heritage people often think about Unix and multi operating system support. We have to stop and say, wait a minute, it’s more than just a UNIX server, it’s more than a multi-operating system server, it can be a superior Windows server, it can be a fantastic Linux server, it can be the best Open VMS server. If a customer doesn’t know how to spell UNIX and only does Windows, this is a great solution. The HP Integrity servers provide a superior foundation for any single operating system. From an HP-UX standpoint we have brought our best in class/proven solution forward and combined it with Itanium processors for added performance and a better return on the IT investment. If you look at it solely from a Windows perspective, HP Integrity Servers can scale higher than anyone in the industry, thus enabling Integrity servers to support the most demanding Windows based enterprises. For Linux, the Integrity servers are capable of supporting the industry standard for 64-bit. Finally, OpenVMS customers have a path forward, thus continuing the protection of their investment. While customers benefit from this being a superior solution for a single operating system, customers benefit in other ways from the multi operating system support. The HP Integrity servers are redeployable. If the operating system needs change, the server can be reconfigured to support the new environment. This decreases the risk to the customer of obsoleting the hardware and at the same time reduces the overall cost. Then, if you look at the combination of these operating environments, HP also allows the hybrid of these operating environments operating together in different partitions. This provides customers with a whole set of different options and choices for flexibility.   As with any new technology or feature, customers will ask why should I care about a multiple operating system server? There are several reasons why you should care. First of all, the support of multiple operating environments enables you to streamline operations and standardize. Basically now you can standardize on one hardware platform and you can run multiple operating environments while standardizing your hardware operations. Secondly you can also future proof your investments, as we heard from one customers. There not sure when but they want to run Linux at some point in time in the future -- they can do that with HP Integrity. We heard from another customer that says, hey, I’m going to be able to redeploy these servers in different application areas even if that requires running different application and operating environments. All said, the ability of being able to redeploy a server regardless of operating system or application adds the element of “future-proofing” to your implementation decision.   HP Integrity servers also provide the element of shared resources. You can now, for example, take resources from a Windows partition and apply it to a UNIX partition. HP Integrity servers provide increased utilization because these servers can be deployed across multiple application areas. Thus as your addressable market of internal applications grows, you have a broader range to address them with these particular solutions.   Finally, being able to support multiple operating systems enables greater consolidation. If you want to talk about consolidation, this is the true dream consolidation machine. There’s no other server out there in the world that can do this. It is interesting that a few years ago multi operating system consolidation wasn’t that hot of a topic. Today, based on customer interaction, we see this as extremely hot. Customers are really picking up on the potential of this message. And again, even if they don’t do it today, the choice and the ability to do it at some point in the future is key in their current purchasing decisions.

Slide 14:HP’s new Itanium Servers: A new era in enterprise computing Integrity – New family name for Itanium servers New Itanium 2 1.5 GHz (Madison) processor based servers World leading TPC-C results New multi-operating system support Largest ISV portfolio for a new technology Superior evolution with In-box upgrades New color aligned with HP enterprise solutions We are currently shipping the 2-way rx2600 which can be used for a development server for Itanium. Many of these platforms are being sold for the high performance technical computing space where they connect large numbers of nodes to create huge compute farms (such as Pacific Northwest Labs). The rx5670 4-socket platform has also been shipping since last summer with the McKinley processor. This makes a great application server for those customers wanting to familiarize themselves with SQL64 or Oracle 64-bit for Itanium. It could serve as a starting platform with deployment done on a much larger system. Mid year, we will announce our Superdome product for Itanium. As in all the Itanium servers, it will support HP-UX 11i, Windows Server 2003 Data Center, Red Hat Linux Advanced Server, and next year, Open VMS. Availability on the 3 OSs will be staggered with HP-UX coming about the August timeframe, Windows 2003 in October timeframe. Linux is currently scheduled for Q403. These dates are subject to change. The Superdome server is garnering interest as a consolidation play where customers can load different operating systems on designated hard partitions and run different workloads. Another option is to use one partition as your development platform and move over to another partition for deployment. Working in the same platform/environment makes the move much easier. The Superdome and mid-range products will complement the IA-32 ProLiant systems at the high end, giving new and more powerful In the Fall of 2003, HP will launch our Itanium mid-range platforms. These 8-socket and 16-socket machines use the same cell-based architecture as the Superdome platform. The systems are comprised of “cells” that house up to 8 processors and 32GB of memory. Cells can be connected together to form a large partition. Different operating systems can be installed on different partitions within the system. In 2004, HP will announce their mx-2 dual module processor technology which will double the number of processors in each system – so a 4-socket machine can be upgraded in the same chassis to an 8-processor server. (Next slide)We are currently shipping the 2-way rx2600 which can be used for a development server for Itanium. Many of these platforms are being sold for the high performance technical computing space where they connect large numbers of nodes to create huge compute farms (such as Pacific Northwest Labs). The rx5670 4-socket platform has also been shipping since last summer with the McKinley processor. This makes a great application server for those customers wanting to familiarize themselves with SQL64 or Oracle 64-bit for Itanium. It could serve as a starting platform with deployment done on a much larger system. Mid year, we will announce our Superdome product for Itanium. As in all the Itanium servers, it will support HP-UX 11i, Windows Server 2003 Data Center, Red Hat Linux Advanced Server, and next year, Open VMS. Availability on the 3 OSs will be staggered with HP-UX coming about the August timeframe, Windows 2003 in October timeframe. Linux is currently scheduled for Q403. These dates are subject to change. The Superdome server is garnering interest as a consolidation play where customers can load different operating systems on designated hard partitions and run different workloads. Another option is to use one partition as your development platform and move over to another partition for deployment. Working in the same platform/environment makes the move much easier. The Superdome and mid-range products will complement the IA-32 ProLiant systems at the high end, giving new and more powerful In the Fall of 2003, HP will launch our Itanium mid-range platforms. These 8-socket and 16-socket machines use the same cell-based architecture as the Superdome platform. The systems are comprised of “cells” that house up to 8 processors and 32GB of memory. Cells can be connected together to form a large partition. Different operating systems can be installed on different partitions within the system. In 2004, HP will announce their mx-2 dual module processor technology which will double the number of processors in each system – so a 4-socket machine can be upgraded in the same chassis to an 8-processor server. (Next slide)

Slide 15:Customer choice Alternative ProLiant / Integrity drill downAlternative ProLiant / Integrity drill down

Slide 16:Windows 32 bit or Windows 64 bit? This is the table to describe the areas of performance for the different server technologies available at HP. The landmark seems to be 8 CPUs and 4GB of memory. Under that IA32 is doing very well but if one of these 2 parameters has to be increased IA32 starts losing its attractiveness. This chart is also a projection to a near future when the 8 way, 16way and 64 way Itanium-based servers are going to be available.This is the table to describe the areas of performance for the different server technologies available at HP. The landmark seems to be 8 CPUs and 4GB of memory. Under that IA32 is doing very well but if one of these 2 parameters has to be increased IA32 starts losing its attractiveness. This chart is also a projection to a near future when the 8 way, 16way and 64 way Itanium-based servers are going to be available.

Slide 17:Microsoft Windows Server 2003 on HP Integrity Servers Windows Server in the Enterprise!

Slide 18:This slide shows the transition from the Windows 2000 Server family to Windows Server 2003 as well as some key differences in features in the editions. The three editions of Windows 2000 Server have their successor counterparts in Windows Server 2003. Each provides additional scalability over its Windows 2000 counterpart. Windows Advanced Server Limited Edition - is an interim release using the Windows .NET 64-bit code base to support early development, evaluation, testing, and limited deployment of 64-bit IPF servers. It will be withdrawn and replaced by the 64-bit version of Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition when Windows .NET is released. Web Edition - is a new addition to the Windows server family aimed at web serving and web hosting front end servers. It supports up to two processors and 2MB of memory making it ideal for blade servers and 1U and 2U servers in web front end solutions. It’s price point is expected to be substantially less than Standard Server. 32-bit only Standard Edition – supports 1-4P and 4GB of memory and can handle a wide range of applications in SMB and at the departmental level in enterprises. Enterprise Edition replaces Advanced Server and adds increased scalability and availability over Windows 2000. Also adds support for 64-bit Itanium-based servers. Key features are: 32-bit Edition – 8-way SMP, 32GB memory, 8-node clustering 64-bit Edition – 8-way SMP, 64GB memory, 8-node clustering Datacenter Edition also provide additional scalability and availability over the Windows 2000 equivalent and adds support for 64-bit Itanium-based Servers. Key features include: 32-bit Edition – 32-way SMP, 64GB memory, 8-node clustering 64-bit Edition – 32-way SMP, 128GB memory, 8-node clustering note: we are working with Microsoft to communicate support for the 64P/512GB that will be available with Superdome. This slide shows the transition from the Windows 2000 Server family to Windows Server 2003 as well as some key differences in features in the editions. The three editions of Windows 2000 Server have their successor counterparts in Windows Server 2003. Each provides additional scalability over its Windows 2000 counterpart. Windows Advanced Server Limited Edition - is an interim release using the Windows .NET 64-bit code base to support early development, evaluation, testing, and limited deployment of 64-bit IPF servers. It will be withdrawn and replaced by the 64-bit version of Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition when Windows .NET is released. Web Edition - is a new addition to the Windows server family aimed at web serving and web hosting front end servers. It supports up to two processors and 2MB of memory making it ideal for blade servers and 1U and 2U servers in web front end solutions. It’s price point is expected to be substantially less than Standard Server. 32-bit only Standard Edition – supports 1-4P and 4GB of memory and can handle a wide range of applications in SMB and at the departmental level in enterprises. Enterprise Edition replaces Advanced Server and adds increased scalability and availability over Windows 2000. Also adds support for 64-bit Itanium-based servers. Key features are: 32-bit Edition – 8-way SMP, 32GB memory, 8-node clustering 64-bit Edition – 8-way SMP, 64GB memory, 8-node clustering Datacenter Edition also provide additional scalability and availability over the Windows 2000 equivalent and adds support for 64-bit Itanium-based Servers. Key features include: 32-bit Edition – 32-way SMP, 64GB memory, 8-node clustering 64-bit Edition – 32-way SMP, 128GB memory, 8-node clusteringnote: we are working with Microsoft to communicate support for the 64P/512GB that will be available with Superdome.

Slide 19:Windows Server 2003 64 bit Editions Integrity server roadmap

Slide 20:HP Integrity Windows Opportunities MS SQL Server 2000 (64-bit) Scale-Up SQL (Data Warehouse) SQL Consolidation Backend DB for 32-bit applications SAP mySAP 4.7 Enterprise Advanced Planner and Optimizer (APO) APO Live Cache Business Information Warehouse (B/W) CRM SAP Advanced Planner and Optimizer (SAP APO) -- SAP APO 3.0 is a planning and scheduling tool that enables real-time decision support and network optimization across the extended supply chain. SAP Business Information Warehouse (SAP BW) -- SAP BW 2.1C goes beyond traditional data warehousing to provide a complete solution for enterprisewide information capture and evaluation. SAP R/3 -- The foundation of mySAP Business Suite, SAP R/3 is the leading software for enterprise resource planning (ERP). The software is currently in release 4.6C. SAP Advanced Planner and Optimizer (SAP APO) -- SAP APO 3.0 is a planning and scheduling tool that enables real-time decision support and network optimization across the extended supply chain. SAP Business Information Warehouse (SAP BW) -- SAP BW 2.1C goes beyond traditional data warehousing to provide a complete solution for enterprisewide information capture and evaluation. SAP R/3 -- The foundation of mySAP Business Suite, SAP R/3 is the leading software for enterprise resource planning (ERP). The software is currently in release 4.6C.

Slide 21:HP Integrity Windows SQL Server 2000 Scale up from 32-bit servers Need more processing power Need more memory addressability Windows data warehouse and decision support Consolidate many smaller (32-bit servers) onto fewer Integrity platforms Multiple SQL Server databases on one OS instance One large SQL Server database greater than 8 processors Run a 32-bit application over a 64-bit database for greater performance Examples include BAAN, PeopleSoft, SAP, Siebel, custom app’s Break through 32-bit DB performance barriers

Slide 22:123Multimedia invests for the future with HP Integrity rx5670 and SQL Server (64-bit) 123Multimedia was established in 1987 and is based in France and Germany. It creates information content -- everything from downloadable ring tones for your phone to satellite TV programs and distributes it through channels such as SMS, MMS, WAP, Internet, audiotex and digital TV. Customers range from Coca Cola to major European telecoms. 123Multimedia had a mix of RISC and Intel Xeon family servers. It is interested in 64-bit servers to handle future growth. The test was done in Q1 2003. 1Results as reported by customer.  Intel has not verified these results. Results may not be representative and may vary. Buyers should consult other sources of information to evaluate the performance of systems or components they are considering purchasing. 123Multimedia was established in 1987 and is based in France and Germany. It creates information content -- everything from downloadable ring tones for your phone to satellite TV programs and distributes it through channels such as SMS, MMS, WAP, Internet, audiotex and digital TV. Customers range from Coca Cola to major European telecoms. 123Multimedia had a mix of RISC and Intel Xeon family servers. It is interested in 64-bit servers to handle future growth. The test was done in Q1 2003. 1Results as reported by customer.  Intel has not verified these results. Results may not be representative and may vary. Buyers should consult other sources of information to evaluate the performance of systems or components they are considering purchasing.

Slide 23:MultiyorkRetailer and Manufacturer of High Quality Furniture

Slide 24:Linux on HP Integrity Servers Delivering the power of Linux on industry-leading Itanium 2-based servers

Slide 25:Integrity Linux choices Red Hat Advanced Server 2.1 Advanced Server 3.0 8 way partitions SuSe SuSe Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 8

Slide 26:HP Integrity ServersLinux Distributions Roadmap

Slide 27:When to deploy Linux on Integrity servers?Some Guidelines This slide provides some positioning guidelines for when to consider Linux on Itanium versus Linux on IA-32. Customers, usually from their own research and interests, decide to move to Linux. However, they often are confused or need some guidance to decide which industry-standard platform to deploy Linux on – whether IA-32 or Itanium. This slide provides some positioning guidelines for when to consider Linux on Itanium versus Linux on IA-32. Customers, usually from their own research and interests, decide to move to Linux. However, they often are confused or need some guidance to decide which industry-standard platform to deploy Linux on – whether IA-32 or Itanium.

Slide 28:HP Integrity Servers - LinuxDatabase Opportunities Opportunity OLAP, mid-level memory-intensive databases 64-bit memory addressability opens new doors of opportunities VLM/VLDB Able to manipulate database in memory for speed Oracle9i RAC successes and many evaluating ISVs available NOW Oracle 9i Database and RAC, 10g is coming soon Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise 12.5.1 IBM DB2 8.1 TeraText Database System TimesTen 5.0 Real-Time In-memory Database Technology MySQL 4.0.17 and 5.0.0-alpha Open source databases included with Linux distributions: MySQL 3.23 PostgreSQL 7.1.3

Slide 29:First TrustIndustry: Financial Services Challenges Industry standard architecture to support business line applications for trading securities 24x7 service for customers Maximize and upgrade data center technology HP Solution 4 HP Integrity rx2600 compute nodes Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS 2.1 Oracle9i RAC (Real Application Clusters) Results Validated reliability, availability, scalability and supportability to ensure 24x7 support of securities trading environment Better RoIT Wall Street.Wall Street.

Slide 30:Which operating system is best?

Slide 31:Multi-O/S customer benefits Agility: re-deploy with a new ecosystem Future proof: standards based Cost effective: consolidates over multiple operating systems More efficient management of heterogeneous IT environments Reduce TCO without compromising agility There are many advantages in having a truly multi-O/S platform. The entry point is to make sure this platform is really perceived as a standard by the market, the acid test being the ability to bring the ISVs on board. Itanium is now viewed as the platform for multi-O/S and customers investing on HP Integrity systems based on the Itanium processor benefit and will benefit from an ability to re-deploy or combine hardware resources across different environments. There are many advantages in having a truly multi-O/S platform. The entry point is to make sure this platform is really perceived as a standard by the market, the acid test being the ability to bring the ISVs on board. Itanium is now viewed as the platform for multi-O/S and customers investing on HP Integrity systems based on the Itanium processor benefit and will benefit from an ability to re-deploy or combine hardware resources across different environments.

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