Modular datacentres from HP boost R&D at Airbus

Nicola Brittain
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So-called PODs were up and running just four months after HP took the order

Aircraft manufacturer Airbus has taken on two HP Performance Optimised Data Centers (PODS) to help with research and development for the design of its aircraft. The PODs were created in Erskine, Scotland,...

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