Replacement of HP 3300 XT335EA.

Good afternoon. Our company until recently purchased workstations HP 3300 Pro SFF (XT335EA).

Now our suppliers say they are out of production.

To be more specific, it's true? If so, plans to release a similar format SFF?

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