Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has announced new Edgeline Converged Edge System solutions. This should speed up the implementation of edge applications and simplify their management. This would allow customers to respond more quickly to the huge amounts of data generated by machines, assets, devices and sensors on the edge of the network or in the cloud.

The new solutions include the Edgeline OT Link Platform, Edgeline System Management, Edgeline EL300 Converged Edge System and Edgeline Field Application Engineering Services. The OT Link Platform is an open platform for automating the interaction between operational technologies and standard IT applications at the edge of the network. The platform integrates various third-party applications that function at the edge of the cloud, including AWS, Google, Microsoft, SAP, PTC and GE.

According to HPE, Edgeline system management is the first system management solution specifically designed for the edge. In their own words, this should ensure strong reliability, connectivity and security.

EL300

The Edgeline EL300 Converged Edge System comes with an OT link and Edgeline system management. This should provide protection in rough edge environments for various industrial implementations. EL300 does not have a fan, but is an energy-efficient system equipped with Intel Core i5 processors, up to 32GB of memory and 3TB of storage. It also supports Intel Movidius Myrriad X Vision processing units to enable video analysis and AI conclusions at the edge.

The Field Application Engineering Services are designed to help customers plan, build and customize OT-link-based IoT and cyber-physical systems. These services include application evaluation, proof-of-value, implementation of solutions and management of ongoing operations. The solution is available via HPE Pointnext.

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