HP Unveils New Data Warehouse, BI Services

By Chris Preimesberger  |  Posted 2007-04-24 Print this article Print

The new storage and business intelligence system, designed for Global 2000 companies, features high-performance analytics and high-capacity storage.

SAN FRANCISCO—Hewlett-Packard, putting together resources it has been cultivating since it acquired business intelligence vendor Knightsbridge Solutions last December, introduced on April 24 what it calls a "next-generation" data warehouse platform and new business intelligence services aimed at Global 2000 companies.

Knightsbridge, which brought 700 new employees with it into the HP realm, is a Chicago-based services subsidiary focused on the information management areas of business intelligence, data warehousing, data integration and information quality.

The new platform and services, which a company spokesperson described as "central" to the company's ever-expanding business information optimization catalog, were introduced at parallel launch events here and at Technology@Work in Berlin.

HP's new Neoview data warehouse is an integrated hardware, software and services platform consisting of an HP Integrity or ProLiant server, HP's StorageWorks storage server, HP's home-cooked Non-Stop SQL database, Knightsbridge business intelligence software, and a new set of dedicated services to support the package.

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