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HP Reducing TCO in Retail with Intel® vPro™ TechnologyThe HP rp5800 Retail System* incorporates the latest technologies to deliver high performance, advanced manageability, and longevity that retailers demand, while being safe to use and environmentally soundIn the fiercely competitive retail industry, technology is being used to squeeze the last bit of margin out of every transaction. Throughout the store, computing and networking technology helps increase revenue and decrease costs by improving the customer experience, transaction processing and inventory management, among other benefits. Point-of-sale (POS) and other computer-based systems have become an essential part of operations, and their top and bottom-line impact is of great importance to retailers.Delivering the functionality to meet even the most demanding retail environments, the HP rp5800 Retail System* provides exceptional performance, expandability, stability, manageability, and usability. The system includes select components designed for energy efficiency such as 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processors and a 90 percent efficient power supply. Helping lower total cost of ownership (TCO), Intel® vPro™ technology enables advanced remote management and a higher level of system reliability and security.This paper reviews the TCO-saving, energy-efficient features and performance-oriented technologies incorporated in the HP rp5800, a retail system that can be used for POS, self-service, digital signage, and back office applications.Read the full HP Reducing TCO in Retail with Intel® vPro™ Technology White Paper.
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