Hewlett-Packard (HP), Intel and Microsoft are set to kick off an aggressive promotion campaign for the forthcoming Merced IA-64 chip architecture next month by addressing UK IT directors and technical managers.
The event, Charting the Future, will take place in London on 21 October and is the first joint event by the main players to focus on Merced.
The presentation will centre on how companies can prepare for the Merced future and how HP, Intel and Microsoft will help them. HP's Terry Walden denied that the conference was not about reassuring HP customers confused by the company's Unix/NT strategy.
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