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‘Lack of data use slows growth’

‘Lack of data use slows growth’

A research report by HPE suggests that data use is in its infancy. Most companies want to improve processing and analytics, but a lack of budgets and strategy holds back growth. HPE interviewed 8,600 executives, directors and managers worldwide for a survey on the state of data use. 62 percent b... Read more

date17 hours ago
HPE updates GreenLake For Private Cloud Enterprise

HPE updates GreenLake For Private Cloud Enterprise

HPE launched a series of features for GreenLake for Private Cloud Enterprise. The solution will be updated with self-service VMs, optimized instances and analytics tools for public cloud apps. The goal of HPE GreenLake for Private Cloud Enterprise is a public cloud experience for on-premises in... Read more

date17 hours ago
‘HPE wants to acquire Nutanix’

‘HPE wants to acquire Nutanix’

Insider sources told Bloomberg that HPE expressed an interest in acquiring Nutanix. The companies reportedly held exploratory talks in recent months. Back in October, the Wall Street Journal reported on rumours of Nutanix seeking out a possible acquisition. Insider sources recently told Bloomber... Read more

date7 days ago
HPE projects revenue that beats analyst estimates

HPE projects revenue that beats analyst estimates

The CEO says that the surprising increase is due to corporate culture and team commitment. Hewlett Packard Enterprise this week announced its financial results for the fourth fiscal quarter and full year, which ended October 31, 2022. Bloomberg News reported that projected revenue for the cu... Read more

date8 days ago
HPE ProLiant Gen11 servers are now available

HPE ProLiant Gen11 servers are now available

HPE revamped its best-selling servers for the first time in five years. The initial ProLiant Gen11 series consists of five new models. The first model is now available. ProLiant is a flagship for HPE. Organizations use the servers for a variety of on-premises workloads, ranging from software-def... Read more

date1 month ago
HPE expands Alletra storage portfolio with 5000 array series

HPE expands Alletra storage portfolio with 5000 array series

HPE expanded its Alletra portfolio with the Alletra 5000 hybrid storage array series. The release should deliver a more favourable price-performance ratio than HPE's existing Nimble Storage Hybrid Flash Arrays. HPE's Alletra storage portfolio is a cloud-based block storage platform. All associat... Read more

date3 months ago
HPE develops Slingshot offload technology for control planes

HPE develops Slingshot offload technology for control planes

HPE presented a new compute offload technology based on the Message Passing Interface (MPI) protocol for its Slingshot Network Interface Cards (NICs). The method allows control planes for both computation and communication to be managed on the NIC itself. Moving workloads on the control plane of... Read more

date4 months ago
HPE opts for Arm in the ProLiant RL300 Gen11 server

HPE opts for Arm in the ProLiant RL300 Gen11 server

HPE launches the ProLiant RL300 Gen11, a server rack unit for Ampere Altra and Altra Max. Both processors run on Arm. The architecture has been gaining ground in recent years. HPE wants to join the ride. HPE is no stranger to Arm. In 2020, the organization launched the Apollo 80, a server rack ... Read more

date5 months ago
HPE must pay Oracle €29 million in damages

HPE must pay Oracle €29 million in damages

HPE is forced to pay Oracle $30 million (€29 million) in copyright damages. HPE provided Oracle Solaris OS updates to customers without Oracle's permission. HPE and Oracle have recently been facing off in several legal disputes. This year, the US Supreme Court ruled that Oracle has to compens... Read more

date6 months ago
Europe’s first exascale supercomputers are one step closer

Europe’s first exascale supercomputers are one step closer

Nvidia and HPE announced a collaboration with SiPearl. The company is developing a microprocessor for Europe's first exascale supercomputers. 10 percent of all chips are produced in Europe. The European Union wants a 20 percent share by 2030. That's why the European Commission recently introduce... Read more

date6 months ago
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