24 May 2006

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Business Today

HP continues focus on high-growth mobility market

HP has introduced more than a dozen new products and services that will make it easier for businesses and consumers to achieve the goal of always-on, always-ready mobile computing.
Building on its position as the leading consumer notebook manufacturer, HP has introduced a new modern design and personal style with the HP Pavilion dv2000 Series Entertainment Notebook PC.
HP also strengthened its business notebook line with the introduction of five new business notebook platforms, including the travel-friendly HP Compaq nc2400. Starting at just 1.3 kg, this ultra-portable notebook is the company’s thinnest and lightest notebook with optical drive to date.
HP also unveiled new mobility and wireless services including mobile email and mobile management services, and is helping mobile and fixed-line providers evolve their legacy infrastructures to create new digital networks that rely on Internet Protocol Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) technologies. HP is also leveraging its presence in the media and broadcast industries to help wireless operators transform digital content into a rich menu of mobile services for “on the go” sports, music, news, and entertainment.

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