HP announces HP Z Workstation lineup

HP’s new HP Z Workstation lineup will enhance productivity of professional workflows and deliver cost-optimised performance with software-certified experiences, without sacrificing graphics power, expandability, seamless experience or security, according to the firm.

The new HP entry workstations, the HP Z2 Mini, HP Z2 Small Form Factor and HP Z2 Tower, as well as the HP EliteDesk 800 Workstation Edition are touted as the “world’s most secure and manageable workstationsby the firm. Built-in end-to-end HP security services provide powerful protection from evolving malware threats with the first and only self-healing BIOS and unique HP endpoint security controller. Customers get powerful protection from hardware-enforced security solutions including HP Sure Start Gen4 and HP Sure Run, which help keep critical processes running, even if malware tries to stop them. Additionally, HP’s Manageability Kit Gen 2 easily manages multiple devices.

All HP Z2 Workstations, which are designed to 24/7 workstation reliability standards, can now connect with Thunderbolt for fast device connections and offer an expansive array of certifications for the most popular applications. HP Performance Advisor is available to optimise software and drivers, and customers can deploy Intel Xeon processors and ECC memory for added reliability.

One of the new releases, HP Z2 Mini G4 Workstation delivers next-level performance in a remarkably small package (2.7 liters in total volume). Customers will experience visual compute performance from the NVIDIA Quadro P600 or NVIDIA Quadro P1000 GPU. In addition, there is the option for AMD Radeon Pro WX4150 graphics.

HP Z2 Mini Workstation is expected to be available in EMEA in August for a starting price of €759.


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