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Virtualization, Cloud, Infrastructure and all that stuff in-between

My ramblings on the stuff that holds it all together

HP ML115 G5 Cheap Lab Servers going, going, going…

 

Just got this from ServersPlus – if you are thinking of building your own vTARDIS I would suggest you get in quick, I would assume the newer G6’es are coming but seem to be much more expensive and less ESX compatible based on Techhead’s view of the ML110 G6

Good morning,
I just wanted to let you know the latest info on the ever popular HP ML115 tower server which has landed back in stock with us today. The product has now been announced as end of life and will no longer be available after this last batch which HP have produced.
As a result, HP have also increased the cost price on the final shipments meaning that the lowest price we can offer them at is £249.95. Whilst I appreciate that this is quite a jump from the previous price, it is still by far the cheapest tower server available for its specification, and we still expect the final units to sell through quickly.
HP have announced that the ML115 will be replaced but cannot confirm any specs, prices or ETAs at this stage. Therefore, if you are interested in securing any of the last of the current model, I’d ask you to get in touch so that I can put them aside for you.

Regards

Ben Voce

Senior Account Manager

Direct:
01977 739 014

Email:
ben.voce@serversplus.com

Web:
www.serversplus.com

Get them whilst they are hot!

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2 responses to “HP ML115 G5 Cheap Lab Servers going, going, going…

  1. Ken Garland May 13, 2010 at 3:52 pm

    Your link has your exchange web redirect in it.

    • vinf May 14, 2010 at 9:13 am

      Thanks Ken, fixed! ah the perils of hitting publish just before you leave the building!

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