November 29, 2011 – HP is leveraging recent acquisitions as part of a series of releases tied to full access to unstructured information management, a move that one outside analyst says is recognition of the vendor’s direction under its new CEO.

Launched Tuesday as part of its Information Optimization portfolio, HP introduced IDOL 10, tagged as capable of analyzing 100 percent of unstructured and structured data through patterns and in real time. Underneath IDOL 10 is analytics processing based on analytics and processing capabilities from separate acquisitions earlier this year, Autonomy and Vertica. Also released as part of the portfolio are HP Social Intelligence Solution, for culling social media channels for information related to brand reputation and customer experience, as well as its IT Performance Management Suite, which has more than 50 pre-built key performance indicators and an update to its Business Service Management software. In addition, HP put out two new storage solutions geared at unstructured information and growing data volumes: HP B6200 StoreOnce Backup System and, for midsized clients and in conjunction with Microsoft, HP X5000 G2 Network Storage System.

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