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HP updates management software: News in brief

HP updated its Business Service Automation software package with management features, and Micron Technologies validated its DDR3 memory for Intel's Xeon Nehalem processor.

HP updates Business Service Automation software
This week Hewlett-Packard updated management features in its Business Service Automation (BSA) software suite.

Feature enhancements include updated versions of HP Storage Essentials, a standards-based storage resource management software, and HP Operations Orchestration, run book automation software that automates incident resolution, change orchestration and routine maintenance tasks.

HP also launched an online community and subscription services offering called HP BSA Essentials.

The new HP BSA Essentials is available now.

Micron DDR3 memory validated with Nehalem
Micron Technology's DDR3 server memory modules have been validated with Intel's Xeon processor chips, code-named Nehalem.

Micron's validated 1, 2, 4 and 8 GB DDR3 modules deliver speeds of 1,066 Mbps and 1,333 Mbps for the new chips, which can boost server throughput when used together, according to Micron.

Now that Intel Xeon has an integrated memory controller, the chips gain performance benefits from DDR3, according to Micron. At peak performance, for example, the data transfer rate of DDR3 running at 1,333 Mbps enables the processor to access up to 1,250 Web pages per second from memory.

Valued-added resellers and customers can find information about Micron's DDR3 memory modules on Micron's website.

Let us know what you think about the story; email Bridget Botelho, News Writer.

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