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