HP Delivers Largest SAP-Certified Solution for SAP HANA

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HP announced the expansion of its HP ConvergedSystem portfolio for SAP HANA®, delivering the largest SAP-certified solution for SAP HANA(1) platform-based workloads, helping clients reduce costs and improve response time to business demands.

SAP® Business Suite powered by SAP HANA is now used by thousands of global organizations to run their mission-critical operations and power end-to-end processes. Business-critical applications-such as those for enterprise resource planning, supply chain and customer relationship management-are vital to business operations and require a highly scalable infrastructure that can ensure up to 100-percent uptime.

The new HP ConvergedSystem 900 for SAP HANA is certified by SAP to deliver up to 12 terabytes of data in a single memory pool to power the most mission-critical business applications. The commercialization resulting from the HP and SAP co-innovation initiative "Project Kraken," HP ConvergedSystem 900 for SAP HANA is a massively scalable system that enables clients to manage and analyze extremely large and diverse data sets from a single system to facilitate real-time business decisions. In addition, the system's flexible configurations and high availability let clients consolidate mission-critical business apps to a centralized platform, helping reduce costs and simplifying the IT environment.

"Businesses are adopting SAP HANA to make real-time business decisions based on massive data sets, but are often constrained by their infrastructure's scalability and availability," said Vikram K, director, Servers, HP India. "With HP ConvergedSystem 900 for SAP HANA, HP is helping customers achieve business transformation with SAP HANA by delivering what we believe is a system optimized for the largest, most mission-critical workloads."

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