Hewlett-Packard unveiled a scaled down version of its Performance Optimized Data center this week, giving companies the flexibility to add capacity without a major expansion or facility overhaul.

The 20-foot version of the Performance Optimized Data (POD) center offers about half the computing power of a 40-foot, data-center-in-a-box product originally introduced by HP in July of 2008. The shorter version is easier to transport and is aimed at companies, government agencies and institutions which may not need the full capacity offered by the larger model.

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