Hewlett Packard Enterprise steps on…

HPE is the first high-performance server provider to offer processor-optimized computing architecture to service providers and businesses that choose to develop in the cloud.

New HPE ProLiant RL Gen11 series of servers with Ampere® Altra® and . processors
Introduced at HPE Discover, the Ampere® Altra® Max delivers high performance and energy efficiency.

Servers with the new line of cloud computing solutions use Ampere processors. For service providers and organizations embracing cloud development, new HPE solutions provide a flexible, scalable, and reliable computing foundation to drive innovation.

The new HPE ProLiant RL300 Gen11 server, which will be available worldwide in the third quarter of 2022, is the first in the HPE ProLiant RL Gen11 series of servers. The latter delivers next-generation computing performance with greater energy efficiency using cloud-based Ampere® Altra® and Ampere Altra® Max processors. It will be available for purchase or as a service through the HPE GreenLake – Selectium Program via
HPE Sales Partners.

“Service providers and digitally oriented companies are at the forefront of the next major building of computing infrastructure. These organizations understand that flexibility, adaptability, and innovation begin with computing,” he explains. Neil MacDonald, executive vice president and general manager of server systems (computing) at HPE. “They also understand that traditional server systems are simply not suitable for a market that requires different development, performance, reliability, security and control. That is why we decided on Ampere.”

“At Ampere, we are excited to become the newest member of the HPE ProLiant family of server systems with the first cloud server,” she said. Renee J James, founder and CEO of Ampere. “The cloud is a driver of growth for our industry, but it requires a modern, high-performance, energy-efficient processor to meet environmental, social, and governance requirements on a global scale. HPE is leading the way in providing cloud-ready server systems with HPE ProLiant based on Ampere Altra and Altra Max processors. For enterprise customers and service providers deploying cloud technologies.

HPE Expands Its Computing Leadership

Building on a 30-year leadership position in computing innovation, HPE today expands automated, secure, and versatile server solutions to the rapidly growing service provider market, as well as digital organizations that are the first to choose to develop in the cloud.

HPE’s new offerings deliver high performance and energy efficiency to support a wide range of advanced applications and use cases. new servers
HPE ProLiant RL Gen 11 is single-processor servers and offers an enviable processor (up to) 128 cores. These servers are ideal for clients that provide digital services, media content processing (TVs, radios…), social platforms, e-commerce, financial or online services, and cloud services such as IaaS, PaaS and SaaS.

CloudSigma becomes the first user of HPE ProLiant RL servers

CloudSigma is one of the most flexible cloud service providers on the market, giving customers complete control and removing restrictions on how users use and allocate their computing resources. They provide highly flexible servers and cloud hosting solutions in more than 20 locations in Europe, the United States, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East. As a dedicated cloud provider, CloudSigma needed an agile, open platform that offered predictable costs and high performance, so it chose the HPE ProLiant RL300 server to meet its needs.

“Based on our standards, the HPE ProLiant RL300 Gen11 server with Ampere processors delivers significantly higher power efficiency,” he says. Robert Jenkin, CEO of CloudSigma. “This allows us to achieve our sustainability goals and provide lower supply costs for our end customers.”

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise operated by Selectium.

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