HPE has expanded its SME portfolio with new options such as ProLiant Gen 10 servers, StoreEasy storage, Aruba switches and Wi-Fi access points. The company’s SME portfolio combines servers, storage, software, networking and cloud. All solutions build on the initial HPE Small Business Solutions, which were launched in October last year.
HPE’s solutions for SMBs have been improved to support up to 100 users and 200 devices connected simultaneously. Customers can expand their office environments with ProLiant Gen10 servers, newly added StoreEasy 1660 storage and twice as many secure, business-class Aruba network switches and Wi-Fi access points. This can be done via simple point-and-click tools to speed up the set-up.
In addition, a new high-availability storage solution based on ProLiant DL380 Gen10 has been announced. The storage solution now comes with a choice of Microsoft Azure Stack HCI or VMware vSAN software. HPE also provides backup solutions tailored to an organization’s size and budget with the ProLiant DL360 Gen10 server and MSA 1050 array – supporting up to 150 users – and the ProLiant DL325 Gen10 server and MSA 2052 hybrid array, supporting up to 250 users.
Centralize, protect, and recover valuable data with a choice of removable disk and tape backup solutions with virtually unlimited capacity. The RDX Backup System provides portability with removable cartridge capacities of up to 4TB to store and carry important data. It also provides access to data in the case of blackouts. For larger, archived data, the StoreEver MSL 1/8 G2 Tape Autoloader offers up to 240 TB of storage.
The solutions are offered through partners, among others. Partners now have access to the updated portfolio, and can adjust the deals with HPE Pointnext Foundation Care and pay-as-you-grow financing through HPE Financial Services. The Pointnext Foundation Care and pay-as-you-grow funding are not new, but they have not yet been established as important components of the Small Business Solutions.This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.