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1HP AlphaServerTM Strategy and Directions June 2002
2business critical systems new hp overview –business critical systemsCustomer FocusStreamlined organizationFocused product strategy and development based on customer needsPortfolio SimplificationAlphaServer systemsat work todayagendaMarket LeadershipSo in summary, we hope that this information has provided the proof that HP will be able to focus, simplify, and lead:Focus on specific markets and solutions where are strengths in business-critical infrastructure will bring the most to bear, and a laser focus on customer satisfaction and investment protectionSimplify our product portfolio and our organization so that we can optimize our short- and long-term investmentsContinue to lead the industry, particularly in Itanium-based servers and services-centric utility computing.But we also recognize that key to our success will be in our ability to execute. We believe that the work of the integration teams over the last 7 months will enable us to hit the ground running and not miss a beat. And in the first 90 days post-merger, we have a comprehensive program to engage directly with all of our top accounts, and communicate frequently.looking forward
3enterprise system group (ESG) helps you be successful enabling you to deploy solutionsfor competitive advantage through:reduced costssimplified operationsreduced riskfaster reaction to business opportunitiesWhat is the new ESG? We provide business and infrastructure solutions that are developed specifically to meet customers’ business needs, and their unique industry processes.We also understand that our vast expertise and the combined number of feet we have on the street alone will not let us be successful in this. Sometimes we have the IP and expertise to complete solution ourselves, and in other cases we have the infrastructure and leverage partner expertise and IP. Clearly, we need to work closely with you and your partners to create competitive advantage for your customers. As you will see, partners are a HUGE and very important part of our strategy.Ultimately our success will be measured by the customers’ ability to exploit their IT environment to create a competitive advantage, and meet their business goals:reduce costswith the shifting economy, return on investment and lowest TCO are top of mindsimplify operationsinfrastructure has become increasingly complex, diverse, and difficult to managereduce riskshigh expectations drive the need for always-available customer-facing applicationsand in addition, with current international uncertainty security and data protection is top of mindand doing all of this while simultaneously reacting faster to new business opportunitiesbusinesses that respond most quickly to changing conditions gain competitive advantageSummary: Businesses that can respond most quickly to these ever changing conditions will create sustainable competitive advantage
4better solutions for your business FinanceManufacturingTelecomHealthcareTransportationHospitalityRetaile-GovernmentIndustry Business SolutionsCross-industry Business SolutionsMail / MessagingCRMBtoEZLETechnical ComputingInfrastructure SolutionsBusiness ContinuityIT Resource VirtualizationManageabilityIT ConsolidationWebServicesStorageSolutionsLeadership ProductsSoftwareMobilityCustomersISSBCSServersHP works closely with its software partners and leading SIs to provide the strongest cross-industry business solutions, and solutions tailored to specific industry business requirements such as Telecom, Manufacturing, and Financial ServicesAll ESG solutions are enhanced and differentiated by best-in-class products: server, storage, and software. Further, HP is the leading provider of infrastructure solutions and services, enabling customers to create an IT infrastructure that will serve as an extensible foundation and act as a utility for all their business solutions. HP invests for leadership in virtualization, business continuity, and manageability.Within the ESG organization are two focused server organizations – ISS (Industry Standard Servers) and BCS (Business Critical Systems).
5business critical systems supporting your most demanding business-critical requirementsmeeting your needs for:pervasive managementindustry leading multi-OS system managementcontinuous and secure operationindustry leading solutions from HA to NonStop serversmaximum resource utilizationscale out with industry leading clustersscale up with best workload management and partitioninglasting valuemarket-leading Intel® Itanium™ architecture product roadmapOne Server family, supporting UNIX®, OpenVMS, Windows® /64, Linux® = customer flexibility & investment protectionlowest TCO and maximum ROIThe BCS mission is simple: It is to leverage our market strength and technology leadership to support our customers most demanding business critical requirements.In order to accomplish this, our strategy is focused in the following 4 areas:Pervasive management, which is the capability to manage multiple servers and different operating systems in simplified, automatic, and dynamic manner.Continuous and secure operation. Our strategy is to deliver server products and solutions to satisfy a wide-range of our customers high availability requirements, from the industry's best high availability UNIX, to robust OpenVMS systems, to NonStop fault tolerant servers, plus the services needed for a successful implementation.Maximum resource utilization: Whether customers need solutions which scale-out using easy-to-manage clusters, or scale-up with powerful workload management and partitioning capabilities, we can help customers make the most efficient use of resources and infrastructure as they grow their business.Lasting value. Finally, HP is committed to continue to help customers make optimal use of new technology, and our strategy for converging on the Intel Itanium architecture supporting Unix, OpenVMS, Windows/64, and Linux operating systems helps customers not only to meet their requirements for lasting value, but also to maximize investment protection and ROI.
6business critical systems product portfoliobest servers for the commercial and HPTC marketprocessor technologyPA-RISCItanium™ processor family AlphaMIPS®server platformHP ServersHP NonStop ServersHP e3000 ServersHP AlphaServer SystemsHP Blade ServerBusiness Critical Systems combines leading technologies and products from both companies, including the UNIX server business, our fault-tolerant NonStop business, OpenVMS, MPE on e3000’s, and servers for High Performance technical Computing.operatingsystemHP-UXHP Tru64 UNIX®HP MPE/ixLinux®HP NonStop KernelHP OpenVMS
7delivering a solid foundation for this decade Alpha systemsdelivering a solid foundation for this decadeextending customer value:building upon unparalleled performance, high availability, and “bullet-proof” operationsleadership clustering technology – the gold standardvast experience in 10-year chip lifecycle transitions“virtually unprecedented” levels of guarantees to our customers with AlphaServer customer assurance programleadership in key market segments such as high performance technical computing and healthcareHP is already the market leader in UNIX and fault-tolerant servers, and with our commitment to Itanium we will drive the industry’s adoption of the Itanium Processor Family and continue our leadership into the future.In addition, with the merger, we will be able to continue to enhance HP-UX with industry-leading clustering and single-system image by integrating these Tru64 UNIX capabilities into HP-UX.We also plan to continue deliver, and increase investment in value-added Linux capabilities and have the best Linux Affinity solution with an enterprise UNIX in the industry.Our strategy embraces customer choice, and provides a multi-OS focus which enables customers to take advantage of a wide-range of availability, from entry-level UNIX, Linux, or Windows, on up to OpenVMS and NonStop.And finally, our best in class system management with OpenView support for all platforms will be further enhanced through the integration of simplified cluster management into HP-UX.
8Delivering technology that enhances business value the path forward confirmed…POST-MERGER:Same – Sell and support AlphaServer systems at least until 2006 and 2011 respectivelySame – aggressive roadmaps for hp AlphaServer systems and hp Itanium® based serversSame – hp OpenVMS for Itanium®, production release planned for early 2004Done – first UNIX® operating system for the Intel® Itanium® processor familyChangedEnhance HP-UX with ‘best’ of hp Tru64 UNIX®!PRE-MERGER PLANS:Sell and support AlphaServer systems at least until 2006 and 2011 respectivelyA multi-year plan to transition AlphaServer Systems to the Intel® Itanium® processor familyPort OpenVMS to Itanium® platformPort HP-UX to Itanium® platformPort Tru64 UNIX® to Itanium® platformDeliver the best UNIX® on Itanium®-based systems
9business critical systems new company overview –business critical systemsCustomer FocusStreamlined organizationFocused product strategy and development based on customer needsPortfolio SimplificationAlphaServer systemsat work todayagendaMarket LeadershipSo in summary, we hope that this information has provided the proof that HP will be able to focus, simplify, and lead:Focus on specific markets and solutions where are strengths in business-critical infrastructure will bring the most to bear, and a laser focus on customer satisfaction and investment protectionSimplify our product portfolio and our organization so that we can optimize our short- and long-term investmentsContinue to lead the industry, particularly in Itanium-based servers and services-centric utility computing.But we also recognize that key to our success will be in our ability to execute. We believe that the work of the integration teams over the last 7 months will enable us to hit the ground running and not miss a beat. And in the first 90 days post-merger, we have a comprehensive program to engage directly with all of our top accounts, and communicate frequently.looking forward
10Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center “There is no precedent for this kind of a system at this size.”Michael Levine Scientific directorPSCworld’s largest terascale computing system dedicated to open scientific researchsolution3,040-processor AlphaServer SC, Tru64 UNIX®, TruClusters with SC enhancementsCompaq’s Custom Systems & Solutions pre-configured systems“The Terascale system at Pittsburgh presents a major opportunity for going to the next level in scientific and engineering research.”Ralph RoskiesScientific directorPSCbenefitslarge-scale computational resources - can perform up to six trillion operations per secondenormous bandwidth – vital for scalabilityoffers scientists the potential for breakthroughs in earthquake modeling, storm-scale weather forecasting, global climate change, protein genomics, etc.highly manageable and re-configurable environment
11International Securities Exchange “OpenVMS is a rock-solid, proven product. It has been battle tested out in the field.”Danny Friel, CIOInternational Securities Exchange1st U.S. all-electronic options exchangesolutionCompaq OpenVMS multi-site, clustered AlphaServer systems, Compaq Reliable Transaction Router, StorageWorks, Windows NT ProLiant gateway systemsPartner: OM Technology“We need a technology provider that can adapt with us as we adapt to capacity changes; we need Compaq’s vision for the future.”Gary Katz, COOInternational Securities Exchangebenefitsreliability/availability for transaction confidence - market makers and customers depend on exchange always being theretransaction speed of <.2 seconds - critical for successful operationscalability - key factor as unpredictable requirements growcutting edge technologyISE opened May 2000 as the first new stock exchange to be recognized by the SEC in more than 20 years. The International Securities Exchange is an all electronic options exchange. ISE trades stock options, and currently trades about 235 products. ISE’s market makers and customers interact from remote locations around the United States and they interact through the technology that they set up in New York and in New Jersey. ISE is the first to combine auction market with the electronics of an electronic trading system.From ISE Press Release, INTERNATIONAL SECURITIES EXCHANGE GROWS ON SOLID FOUNDATION, issued January 7, 2002: ISE has catapulted to the rank of third largest U.S. options exchange among the nation's five options exchanges during 2001, trailing only the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) and the American Stock Exchange (AMEX). This measurement is based on total volume transacted in all listed options, equity as well as index products, traded during the final quarter of 2001.On May 29, 2001, 1 year after launch, ISE traded its 25-millionth contract and its 50-millionth contract on October 3, 2001, doubling its first year's volume in only four months.By year-end 2001, ISE traded in excess of 72 million contracts since launch.“Compaq as our technology solution was very important from two aspects. Number one, we needed to go with a technology that we knew was going to be reliable, that was going to be bullet proof, that had years and years of experience running mission critical applications. The second aspect is our ability to grow and be at the forefront at this incredible growth that we're seeing today in the options industry. And the fact that Compaq has always been at the forefront in chip technology and being able to handle very high transaction rates was very important to us and very important to our ability to stay ahead of that growth in the options industry.” Dan Friel, Chief Information Officer“Well, certainly we see incredible growth in the options industry. And it's important for the ISE to be at the forefront of that growth. Along with that growth comes astronomical transaction rates, and we've got to be able to handle those transaction rates as the industry grows. The processing capacity that we're able to observe within our systems now gives us a lot of confidence that we'll be able to meet those challenges going forward. And the scalability that we've designed into our architecture makes me very confident that we'll be able to partner with Compaq in building a system that will meet the challenges of the future.” Dan Friel, Chief Information Officer“Speed is critical for an electronic market. Without it there is no savings over a floor based model. To be able to send in your orders and receive confirmation of a trade in under .2 seconds is critical to our success. More importantly, to be able to cancel an order that’s resting on the book in under .2 seconds is critical to the success of the exchange. We need Compaq to be able to deliver that type of turn around time.” Gary Katz, Chief Operating Officer
12driving the mobile messaging explosion Vodacom“Sema, together with Compaq, have allowed us to become very successful in the current SMS arena. We believe that partnering with global expertise we can make our future business even more successful. Currently we do in excess of 300 million messages per month on the Vodacom network. We envisage to double the current monthly totals and exceed those by the end of 2002.”Eric Valentine, Director Value Added Services, Vodacomdriving the mobile messaging explosionsolutionShort Messaging Service Center (SMSC) Solution based on OpenVMS AlphaServer systemsPartner: SchlumbergerSemabenefitsreliability/availability - the short message service center is the heart of the messaging systemscalability - key factor as unpredictable requirements grow, particularly with exploding mobile messaging growthperformance - volumes of messages must be processed and delivered quickly; some operators reporting messages per secondIn the telecommunications market, we are building the solutions that are helping suppliers manage the change to the next generation of overall network capabilities, both in their core infrastructure products and in their business operations. Today, Compaq supports many of the largest telecommunications companies around the globe.Our solutions are focused on a number of distinct areas within the telecommunications market including the Enhanced Services Market with solutions such as a Short Messaging Solution Center (SMSC). Mobile messaging, including Short Message Service (SMS), Unified Messaging, Multi-Media messaging, and Voice Messaging has exploded in the last several years--particularly SMS.The GSM Association has reported that monthly global volume of Short Message traffic is growing exponentially and is projected to soar to 100 billion messages by Vodacom, a wireless operator in South Africa, has deployed Compaq and SchlumbergerSema’s SMSC to deliver Short Message Services to Vodacom’s mobile subscribers. Currently, Vodacom is delivering 300 million messages per month and is expecting that to double by the end of 2002.The SMSC solution that Vodacom deployed was developed by SchlumbergerSema and runs on Compaq OpenVMS AlphaServers.The SMSC must be scaleable to handle the explosive growth that is happening with mobile messaging. The solution must also be capable of processing these large numbers of messages rapidly and reliably.
13Acxiom Corporation solution benefits a global leader in real-time, multi-channel Customer Data Integration and customer recognition infrastructure“Acxiom is growing very fast and we’re implementing new systems all the time. It’s clear to us that Compaq commits to our success, and helps provide a strong technology foundation for our business.”Greg CherryTechnical Systems LeaderAcxiom CorporationsolutionAlphaServer systems, including GS160, GS320 and ES40 systemsTru64 UNIX® and TruClusters, StorageWorksPartner: Oracle®benefitsfaster queries of complex requests when intelligently “mining” prospects for clientsstay ahead of demand with the processing power of AlphaServers’ linear scalabilitylowest total cost of ownership given high quality UNIX® environment on a standardized platformAcxiom is an international data marketing company that provides information on companies and individuals to blue chip and multi-national firms. Acxiom is a Compaq Value Added Reseller (VAR) that delivers custom data warehouses and decision-support systems for its customers.Currently, Acxiom manages over 900TB of information. This includes lifestyle, demographic and socioeconomic data pertaining to consumers in over 96 percent of all U.S. households.Large databases are the heart of Acxiom Corporation's business. The company has over 700 terabytes of consumer data which the company uses to compile and enhance prospect lists tailored to a client's exact specifications. Acxiom's clients ask for extremely complex queries against this data and expect to get answers promptly. These customer demands drove Acxiom to move from mainframes to high-processing computer systems including AlphaServer systems running Tru64 UNIX with a wide array of StorageWorks by Compaq products.Acxiom needed a very reliable, scalable, cost-effective platform that could provide a high performance level of service suitable for high-speed demand transaction-processing. In addition, Acxiom needed a multi-vendor storage solution.As a Compaq Value Added Reseller, Acxiom has deployed more than 450 AlphaServers, including AlphaServer GS160, GS320, GS140, 8400, 4100, 4000 and ES40 systems running Tru64 UNIX for its clients. The company is using TruCluster for UNIX and for database applications including ORACLE8, Oracle Parallel Server, the SAS System and SyncSort.Acxiom has also implemented a StorageWorks RAID Array 8000 by Compaq, Enterprise Storage Array by Compaq and several other key storage products within its environment. Acxiom has 400 terabytes of StorageWorks by Compaq.
14Joint STARS - new era in airborne surveillance U.S. Air Force“By using commercially available computer systems, we are able to provide the customer with increased reliability, advanced technologies and increased processing power, all while achieving the original goal of the program - to provide lower cost per aircraft.”Frank MooreVice PresidentNorthrop GrummanJoint STARS - new era in airborne surveillancesolution20 Compaq OpenVMS AlphaServer ES40CV systems per aircraft, plus ground support, Compaq CustomSystems & SolutionsPartner: Northrop Grummanbenefitsworld’s most advanced airborne surveillance and target acquisition systemprovides real-time, accurate information about vehicles on the ground and slow-moving aircraftcommercial off-the-shelf (COTS) computer technology vs highly specialized, customized systems - maximizes operational availability & mission reliability
15what did these customers have in common? competitive success factors:dependabilityno time for downtimescalegrowth without disruptionintegrationconfidence that it all works togethertimeinformation in seconds, not hourstrustsharing the vision for success
16extending customer value with HP AlphaServer systems Infrastructure SolutionsLeadership ProductsCross-Industry Business SolutionsIndustry Business Solutions
17the foundation manageability performance high availability growth Leadership ProductsHP AlphaServer SystemsHP OpenVMSHP Tru64 UNIX®storagethe foundationHow are we able to help you compete more effectively?By delivering global, industry-leading IT solutions that combine hardware, software, services, and expertise from HP and partners to solve your business problemsWe provide technologies and solutions on which you can create a foundation for competitive advantageBusinesses that can respond most quickly to ever changing conditions have competitive advantageConsumer expectations drive the need for your customer-facing applications to be always availableWith the shifting economy, return on investment and lowest TCO are top of mindInfrastructure has become increasingly complex and diverse and difficult to manageDue to international uncertainty, security and data protection are keyYou must respond quickly to changing conditions gain competitive advantageHigh expectations drive the need for always-available customer-facing applicationsROI and TCO are also top concerns in a shifting economyInfrastructure has become increasingly complex, diverse, and difficult to manageData protection and security is mandatory, but often overlookedmanageabilityperformancehigh availabilitygrowthInfrastructure SolutionsInfrastructure SolutionsLeadership Products
18BCS leadership system roadmaps 02030405HP Server/PA-RISCPA-8800PA-8900HP Server/Itanium™-basedHP AlphaServerEV7EV79HP NonStop ServersMIPS®ItaniumTMHP Server/PA-RISCdeliver leading PA-RISC servers based on existing roadmapsprovide compatibility with PA-RISC servers and support HP-UX, Linux®, Windows®/64, and OpenVMSHP Server/Itanium™-basedOur strategy is to converge our server roadmaps on Itanium, supporting HP-UX with Tru64 UNIX features, Linux, Windows/64, and OpenVMS. We will also provide compatibility with our pa-risc family of servers.For our PA-RISC family, will intend to protect customers’ investment through inbox upgrades, and we plan long-term support for five years after the last pa-risc server sale.For our AlphaServer customers, we will deliver the planned roadmap, including EV7 and EV79-based systems, and provide sales as long as there is customer demand, at least through 2006 with ongoing support until at least We will also protect our customers’ investment through best-in-class migration and upgrade programs.Finally, for our NonStop customers, we remain committed to delivering our roadmap and continue to drive market leadership in nonstop computing with a focus on the total customer experience.deliver on published roadmap, planned sales at least until 2006, with support at least until 2011HP AlphaServerHP NonStop Serverspublished roadmaps remain unchangedno change to existing server roadmap commitments
19hp AlphaServer roadmap 02030405HP AlphaServerHP AlphaServer GSEV68 (1-32p) EV7 (8-64p)EV79ongoing sales and supportHP AlphaServer ESEV68 (1-4p) EV7 (2-8p)EV79HP AlphaServer DSEV68 (1-2p)deliver HP AlphaServer systems according to published roadmap, including EV7 and EV79-based systemsSales at least until 2006, with support at least until 2011protect customer investment through “best-in-class” migration programflexible upgrade paths, allowing customers to move when ready
20HP AlphaServer roadmap—committed to excellence manageabilityeasy to use platform management utilitypartitioningintegrated remote console, Smartstart & HP Insight Managementcomprehensive and easy to use system management across product familyperformance1.2 GHz EV7 CPUs70 SPECint95, 160 SPECfp9522K Uni-processorMemory Latency = 60ns3.2GB/sec/CPU Peak I/O bandwidthextremely powerful SMP UNIX® serverhigh availabilityhot-pluggable: CPUs, memory, disks, power supplies, fans, PCI optionsECC cache, memory, linksraid memoryautomatic server recoverydynamic partitioningpre-failure warning on disks, CPUs, and memoryclusters and partitionsbuilt-in uptime optimization featuresgrowth2P > 8P > 128P EV7 CPUsdynamic partitioningup to 32GB per CPUcustomer installable CPUs and memoryI/O: PCI, PCI-X, AGP 4X, AGP-PROstart with what you need and grow ...
21previewing the new HP AlphaServer series program is right on track!family-widecapabilitiespartitioningclusteringdynamic multi-path I/Ointegrated server management“on demand” capabilitiesTru64 UNIX®, OpenVMS and Linux supportRAID memorylimitless I/OAGP graphicsenterprise RAS2-8P64GB72 I/O Slots8-64+P½TB/1TB768 I/O slots2P16GB22 I/O slots
22converging on the Itanium™ processor family the right choice:Volume EconomicsMore Developers, Apps, SolutionsGreater R&D, Investment, Re-InvestmentLower TCO… Greater $/PerformanceFaster InnovationChoiceFlexible + customized solutionsConfidenceLong term computing infrastructureInvestment ProtectionLeadingEcosystemVendors(Intel-based Solutions)>$19.0B12000 R&D Spending ($B)Don’t focus on the numbers, just the scale……….huge investment by the industry in IA. You should fall short of saying that SUN is up a blind alley but you should have the audience get the idea…….might want to mention IBM Power too.Note: didn’t include NEC R&D as in 1999 infoComparing the R&D spending for Intel, Msft, Cpq, Dell, HP, IBM, & SGI to that of Sun…. it’s readily apparent once again that the horizontal industry enables the overall market to grow and win. The difference is even great when one considers that the Horizontal Industry brings more developers, applications, and solutions as well as R&D investment/re-investment. This leads to lower TCO and cost of deployment as well as greater $/perf. The result is faster innovation and for the customer the best choice possible of flexible and customized solutions to meet their business needs. History shows it’s the winning strategy so customers can be assured their investments are protected and they can be confident and assured of the long-term viability and industry support of their computing infrastructure.Sun$1.6B1: 2000 R&D spending for Intel, Microsoft, Compaq, Dell, HP, SGI & IBM; Source: Annual ReportsSource: Intel® Corporation
23hp OpenVMS roadmap HP OpenVMS 02 03 04 05 HP AlphaServer EV7 supportV7.3.xOpenVMS on Itanium™ early developers kitV7.3.x.nextEV79 andItanium™-based full supportItanium™-based HP serverContinued functional releases on Itanium™-based serversno change to AlphaServer existing plan of recordcontinued enhancement, full support for EV7 and EV79 systemssales at least until 2006, with support at least until 2011OpenVMS for Itanium™-based serversinitial developers’ kit V7.3.x in 1H 2003full support in V7.3.next in 1H 2004full set of OpenVMS layered products will be portedmigration tools and servicesfull set of tools/services to support ISVs and customer transition to Intel® Itanium™ architecturemigration programs for transition to HP-UX on Itanium™-based serversinvestment protection through AlphaServer Customer Assurance ProgramHP OpenVMSWith an installed base of 411,000 systems, OpenVMS remains important to the new HP. The core of the OpenVMS strategy and roadmap is unchanged. We plan to continue delivering enhancements to OpenVMS to support future AlphaServer systems based on EV7 and EV79, and will continue to sell OpenVMS on AlphaServer systems as long as there is customer demand, at least until 2006, with ongoing support for at least 5 years after that, or until 2011.In addition, OpenVMS is being ported to Itanium, thus providing a stable and long-term path for customers. This port is already well underway, with a target availability for early developers in 2003, and a full production version in We are also working very closely with our ISV software partners and our goal is to have 100% of our existing partners port to Itanium.We are committed to enable customers to move on their own schedule and to make the transition as seamless as possible. Existing OpenVMS applications will run on the new servers with little or no modification. To help facilitate this, we will provide source compatibility for OpenVMS applications, and where sources are not available, binary compatibility as well.
24HP OpenVMS port to Itanium™ architecture well underway full port of OpenVMS to Itanium™ architecture in processinvestigation and planning phase completeengineering teams staffed and committedclear path to achieving first boot in H2 2002development tools begin rolling out in 2003excellent progress on migration planning for the OpenVMS application portfoliofull suite of hp layered software products that run on OpenVMS V7.2x will be transitioned. Exception: mature products and end of life already announced.proactive engagement with strategic ISVs have resulted in nearly 100 percent agreement to portsource compatibility for existing applicationsbinary translation if sources no longer availablePartner FastTrack Programearly characterization of ISVs’ and customers’ porting efforts by hp experts
25(with Tru64 enhancements) building on a strong foundationHP-UX 11#1 rated UNIX platform per Gartner’s Application Server Evaluation Model#1 rated UNIX in Gartner’s High-Availability Systems Model (SAP)Innovative virtual partitioning capabilityHP shines in UNIX resource management—DH BrownTru64 UNIX®#1 in clustering capability#1 in file and storage management#1 in high availability/RAS#1 in high-performance computing marketHP-UX(with Tru64 enhancements)industry’s bestenterprise UNIX®Given our combined strengths in the UNIX market, you will be able to take advantage of leadership functionality and performance as well as support by a very large base of market-leading ISVs and applications. We plan to continue to offer the best UNIX in the industry as we integrate leading features of Tru46 UNIX into HP-UX.DH Brown, IDC
26customer value—investment protection and a better HP-UX UNIX® operating system roadmap(HP-UX and HP Tru64 UNIX®)0203040511.2011.22McKinley11iRASInternet WebDirectory/SecurityScalabilityManageabilityHP-UX11.23Begin the migration11.23TScalability/MgmtTruClusterAdvFS (16 TB)Migration tools Phase IICommon System Mgmt11.30Self tuning, self adapting vertically and horizontallyHP-UX withTru64 UNIX® featuresMigration tools Phase ICommon System MgmtAs you can see, the future of HP UNIX lies in HP-UX. HP’s strategy is to offer the industry’s leading UNIX on the Itanium Processor Family, and converge both our PA-RISC-based HP-UNX customers and our Tru64 UNIX AlphaServer customers on an enhanced version of HP-UX on ItaniumWe will integrate the “best technology” from Tru64 UNIX into HP-UX on Itanium, including TruClusters, the Advanced File System, and other areas to be determined.This will offer a strong enhancement for current HP-UX users moving to ItaniumWe will provide safe & easy migration for Tru64 UNIX customers, including porting tools, common environment and APIs, etcInitial development kits will be available in late 2003, with a product release (11.23T) in 2004In addition, we are planning to implement migration tools which will assist customers and ISVs in moving their applications and data from Tru64 UNIX to HP-UX. Starting now and throughout the year we will be offering Architectural workshops, whitepapers, and other services to assist customers in beginning their planning. In 2003 we will focus on API-level tools such as Porting Assistants to help in assessing source level compatibility. Late in 2004, we will look to add compiler-level tools and dialect compatibility.Continuity & investment protection for both PA-RISC and Alpha customersDeliver on Tru64 UNIX and AlphaServer roadmap and help customers migrate successfullyOffer Tru64 UNIX on AlphaServer based on customer demand at least until 2006 with on-going support at least until 2011HP Tru64 UNIX®WildcatScalabilitySystem MgmtVailCommon System MgmtUtah** Sales thru at least 2006, support thru at least 2011customer value—investment protection and a better HP-UX
27HP Tru64 UNIX® product migration tools roadmap 02030405HP-UX11.2011.2211i11.2311.23T11.30HP-UX with Tru64 UNIX® featuresinitial HP-UXmigration tools:architectural workshopswhitepapersporting guideupdated porting assistant tool for C, C++, Fortran™API Extensions & Compiler CompatibilityAnalysis toolsHP OpenView agentcompiler dialect compatibility for Tru64 UNIX ®mixed environment system management support (CIM)migration toolsand supportindustry leading UNIX on Itanium Processor FamilyIntegrate “best technology” from Tru64 UNIX into HP-UX (TruClusters, Advanced File System)Enhancement for current HP-UX usersProvide safe & easy migration for Tru64 UNIX customers -- porting tools, common environment and APIsContinuity & investment protection for both PA-RISC and Alpha customersDeliver on Tru64 UNIX and AlphaServer roadmap and help customers migrate successfullySell Tru64 UNIX on AlphaServer based on customer demand at least until 2006 with on-going support at least until 2011HP Tru64 UNIX®“Wildcat”V5.“Vail”“Utah”** Sales thru at least 2006, support thru at least 2011HP Restricted
28Most Tru64 UNIX® applications already available on HP-UX today hp Tru64 UNIX®ApplicationsHP-UX PA-RISCApplicationsMost Tru64 UNIX® applications already available on HP-UX todaySpecific Tru64 UNIX® only applications mainly in HPTC and Telecom marketsMany ISVs already committed to ongoing support of hp AlphaServer Tru64 UNIX® and/or OpenVMS platforms and a transition to Itanium®-based systemsKey to ensuring a smooth transition for you our customer is making sure the ISVs that are most critical to you are supportive of our strategy and committed to work with us as we transition to future platforms. To that end, both companies have put in place comprehensive programs and services to help ISVs make a smooth transition.We are in a very strong position with our ISVs across all of our platform areas. Our strong base of HP-UX ISVs will benefit from having a merged UNIX which integrates the best technology from Tru64 UNIX with minimal disruption tot their development; likewise, our Tru64 UNIX ISVs will have a strong platform for the future with HP-UX – in fact, many of these ISVs already support HP-UX.Both our OpenVMS partners and our NonStop partners have already expressed strong support for our plans to move to Itanium, and HP’s re-endorsement of that strategy will help ensure our ISVs stay with us through the transition.Actual company and product names mentioned herein are the trademarks of their respective owners.
29focused solutions Industry Business Solutions Finance Healthcare E-GovernmentTelecomfocused solutionsInfrastructure SolutionsLeadership ProductsCross Industry Business SolutionsIndustry Business SolutionsHow are we able to help you compete more effectively?By delivering global, industry-leading IT solutions that combine hardware, software, services, and expertise from HP and partners to solve your business problemsWe provide technologies and solutions on which you can create a foundation for competitive advantageBusinesses that can respond most quickly to ever changing conditions have competitive advantageConsumer expectations drive the need for your customer-facing applications to be always availableWith the shifting economy, return on investment and lowest TCO are top of mindInfrastructure has become increasingly complex and diverse and difficult to manageDue to international uncertainty, security and data protection are keyYou must respond quickly to changing conditions gain competitive advantageHigh expectations drive the need for always-available customer-facing applicationsROI and TCO are also top concerns in a shifting economyInfrastructure has become increasingly complex, diverse, and difficult to manageData protection and security is mandatory, but often overlookedFinance: capital markets; retail banking; wholesale banking; finance applications in non-financial accountsHealthcare: enterprise information management; clinical systems; financial & operational management systems; decision support systemsE-government: US federal government; military agencies; automated lotteriesTelecom: business support systems; network elements & platforms; messaging & payment; mobility; operations support servicesInfrastructure Solutions
30business critical systems new company overview –business critical systemsCustomer FocusStreamlined organizationFocused product strategy and development based on customer needsPortfolio SimplificationAlphaServer systemsat work todayagendaMarket LeadershipSo in summary, we hope that this information has provided the proof that HP will be able to focus, simplify, and lead:Focus on specific markets and solutions where are strengths in business-critical infrastructure will bring the most to bear, and a laser focus on customer satisfaction and investment protectionSimplify our product portfolio and our organization so that we can optimize our short- and long-term investmentsContinue to lead the industry, particularly in Itanium-based servers and services-centric utility computing.But we also recognize that key to our success will be in our ability to execute. We believe that the work of the integration teams over the last 7 months will enable us to hit the ground running and not miss a beat. And in the first 90 days post-merger, we have a comprehensive program to engage directly with all of our top accounts, and communicate frequently.looking forward
31BCS portfolio simplification summary todayfutureprocessor technologyPA-RISCItanium™ processor familyAlphaMIPS®server platformHP ServersHP NonStop ServersHP e3000 ServersHP AlphaServer SystemsHP Blade Serveroperating systemHP-UXHP Tru64 UNIX®HP MPE/ixLinux®HP NonStop KernelHP OpenVMSHP-UX (with Tru64 features)Windows® /64We plan to offer a significantly simplified long-term product roadmapWe will focus on a single processor architecture, Intel Itanium architectureWe will simplify server product line offerings into two, HP Servers (Itanium-based) and fault tolerant NonStop servers (Itanium-based), with ongoing support for our installed base of customers running AlphaServer SystemsWe will maintain market leadership with 3 strategic operating systems:HP-UX which includes the best of Tru64 UNIX (TruCluster and AdvFS)Added-value LinuxWindows/64In addition, HP will continue offering the NonStop Kernel and OpenVMS operating systems for specific target markets and customers.
32hp server migration roadmap at a glance pre-mergerthe new hpIA-32 serversProLiant DL, ML, BL platformsNetServer IA-32HP Blade serversextend leadership in ProLiant DL, ML, and BL platformsHP Blade server line for opportunities in telecom deploymentsItanium™-based serversHP Server rx4610/rx9610ProLiant DL/64 serverssingle Itanium™-based server family roadmap delivered jointly by ISS and BCSbusiness and infrastructure solutionsRISCHP PA-RISC serversCompaq AlphaServer Systemsinvest in HP PA-RISC Servers to win new business and provide customers with an in-the-box upgrade to Itanium™ processorinvest in HP Alpha Server Systems to complete the roadmap for current and new customers and provide a smooth migration to Itanium™This slide is a server roadmap summary slide.At the time of the merger the new HP has a wide variety of servers running different operating systems. Moving forward into the future, HP’s server product lines consolidate around the IA-32 and ItaniumTM architectures in three product lines, the ProLiant line (based on IA-32), the HP Server line (based on ItaniumTM, and running HP-UX, Linux, Windows/64, and OpenVMS) and the NonStop fault-tolerant line (based on ItaniumTM)As previously announced, AlphaServer Systems will continue to be sold and supported for many years to come, giving customers the ability to migrate on their own timetableThe new HP offers the most comprehensive server portfolio in the market from entry-level IA-32 to NonStop servers.The new HP simplifies the server offerings in a non-compromise way, offering customers a clear choice of servers and operating systems.HP remains committed to long-term customer satisfaction and investment protectionfault tolerantHP NonStop Itanium™-based serversCompaq NonStop serversHP NonStop servers
33HP AlphaServer customer assurance program— for a smooth transitionguarantee available for customers who purchase new AlphaServer systems expecting to transition to Itanium™-based systemsmoney back customer satisfaction guarantee on Itanium-based systemsfinancial assistance and protection with attractive leasingguaranteed trade-ins for hardware and softwaretransition support with Itanium-based systems purchasesworkshops, white papers, toolsets, technical resources, Worldwide Expertise CentersWith the introduction of the first Itanium based servers, HP introduced the Customer first program. Customer first program is an investment protection program that builds the bridge between 1st generation Itanium servers and workstations and 2nd generation Itanium servers and workstations.Late last year, Compaq introduced the AlphaServer Customer Assurance Program, which has garnered widespread recognition in the industry as being “virtually unprecedented”It is designed to assure customers who are purchasing AlphaServer Systems today that they will be able to leverage this investment in the future as they move to Itanium.Innovative elements include money-back satisfaction guarantees, guaranteed trade-ins, attractive leasing, and even free services such as Architectural Workshops.HP intends to continue with this program, and enhance it over time with new options based on other existing HP programs already available, such as the hp Customer First Program.
34keeping a pulse on… Business Challenges Industry Trends standards-based architecturesweb services (J2EE and .Net)virtualization of computing resourcescollaborative architectures enabling B2Bmore users doing more with mobile and wireless applicationsBusiness ChallengesIndustry Trendscontinued pressure to do more with lessbalancing IT spending with even higher user performance / service delivery expectationsbetter alignment of business and ITcontinued pressure to reduce debt, get more out of IT investments / installationsprioritizing IT projects to include moving from high to continuous availability
35sharing your vision for success today and in the future imagine how HP can help you invent new solutions in the future for:today in the futureinteractive patient care paperless hospitalshort messages service integrated mobile content (web access, music, office apps)electronic exchanges expansion and integration with mobile servicesDefense surveillance extending this technology to private sector (facial recognition, monitoring devices, etc)unprecedented patient care – paperless hospitalsmobile devices providing rich content data – for web access, music etc. – anytime, anywherea more secure world – state of the art surveillance and tracking