HP En­ter­prise

HPE has so­lu­tions in­clud­ing se­cure, soft­ware-de­fined servers, stor­age, data cen­tre net­work­ing and HPE Point­next ser­vices

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HPE had a net rev­enue of USD 1,070 mil­lions in 2018, as against US$ 28,871 in 2017, a growth of 1.06 per­cent. HPE’s op­er­a­tions are or­ga­nized into four seg­ments for fi­nan­cial re­port­ing pur­poses: Hy­brid IT, In­tel­li­gent Edge, Fi­nan­cial Ser­vices (FS) and Cor­po­rate In­vest­ments. Hy­brid IT pro­vides a broad port­fo­lio of ser­vices-led and soft­ware-en­abled in­fra­struc­ture and so­lu­tions in­clud­ing se­cure, soft­ware-de­fined servers, stor­age, data cen­ter net­work­ing and HPE Point­next ser­vices, thereby com­bin­ing HPE’s hard­ware, soft­ware and ser­vices ca­pa­bil­i­ties to make hy­brid IT sim­ple for its cus­tomers.

HPE’s gen­eral pur­pose servers in­clude the HPE ProLiant, se­cure and ver­sa­tile rack and tower servers; HPE BladeSys­tem, a mod­u­lar in­fra­struc­ture that con­verges server, stor­age and net­work­ing; and HPE Syn­ergy, a com­pos­able in­fra­struc­ture for tra­di­tional and cloud-na­tive ap­pli­ca­tions.

The com­pany’s work­load op­ti­mized server port­fo­lio in­cludes the HPE Apollo for high per­for­mance com­put­ing and ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence, HPE Cloud­line for cloud data cen­ters, HPE Edge­line for com­put­ing at the net­work edge, HPE In­tegrity for mis­sion-crit­i­cal ap­pli­ca­tions, and HPE Sim­pliVity, a hyper­con­verged plat­form for vir­tu­al­iza­tion.

Stor­age: With stor­age of­fer­ings that are AI-driven and built for cloud en­vi­ron­ments with as-a-ser­vice con­sump­tion and flex­i­ble investment op­tions, HPE pro­vides the right work­load op­ti­mized des­ti­na­tions for data. Pow­ered by HPE In­foSight ad­vanced an­a­lyt­ics and ma­chine learn­ing and HPE Cloud Volumes data mo­bil­ity, HPE de­liv­ers in­tel­li­gent stor­age for hy­brid cloud en­vi­ron­ments so that cus­tomers can un­lock data’s full po­ten­tial and de­rive busi­ness in­sights.

Key so­lu­tions in­clude HPE 3PAR Stor­age and HPE Nim­ble Stor­age all-flash ar­rays for mis­sion crit­i­cal work­loads and gen­eral pur­pose work­loads, re­spec­tively, and big data so­lu­tions run­ning on HPE Apollo Servers. Stor­age also pro­vides com­pre­hen­sive data pro­tec­tion with HPE StoreOnce and HPE Re­cov­ery Man­ager Cen­tral, so­lu­tions for sec­ondary work­loads and tra­di­tional tape, stor­age net­work­ing and disk prod­ucts, such as HPE MSA and HPE XP.

DC net­work­ing of­fer­ings in­clude top-of-rack switches, core switches, and open net­work­ing switches. The com­pany of­fers a full stack of net­work­ing so­lu­tions that de­liver open, scal­able, se­cure and ag­ile so­lu­tions, by en­abling pro­grammable fab­ric, net­work vir­tu­al­iza­tion, and net­work man­age­ment prod­ucts.

HPE Point­next cre­ates pre­ferred IT ex­pe­ri­ences that power the dig­i­tal busi­ness. The HPE Point­next team and the com­pany’s ex­ten­sive part­ner net­work pro­vide value across the IT life cy­cle de­liv­er­ing ad­vice, trans­for­ma­tion projects, pro­fes­sional ser­vices, sup­port ser­vices and op­er­a­tional ser­vices for Hy­brid IT and the In­tel­li­gent Edge. HPE Point­next is a provider of on-premises flex­i­ble con­sump­tion mod­els, such as HPE GreenLake, that en­able IT agility, sim­plify op­er­a­tions, etc.

HPE Aruba Prod­uct in­cludes wired and wire­less LAN hard­ware prod­ucts, such as Wi-Fi ac­cess points, switches, routers, sen­sors, and soft­ware prod­ucts that in­clude net­work man­age­ment, net­work ac­cess con­trol, an­a­lyt­ics and as­sur­ance, and lo­ca­tion ser­vices soft­ware . HPE Aruba Ser­vices of­fers pro­fes­sional and sup­port ser­vices for the In­tel­li­gent Edge port­fo­lio of prod­ucts.

—SOM SATSANGI MD, HP En­ter­prise

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