DQ Top 20 2018: Rank #19 HPE India

DQ Estimates Revenue (Rs Crore)

For the year 2016 to 2017: 7,500

For the year 2017 to 2018: 7893

Increase of 5%

HPE India took on to a three pillar strategy over the year and positioned itself as the new age infrastructure provider across new and emerging areas in IT. Its three pillar strategy cuts across:

Make Hybrid IT simple: As its customers look at data and related services that change the way they reach their customers, suppliers and distributors, they need the right infrastructure platform choices to optimally place these workloads. The company says that : “We are working with several customers to optimize their core IT environments with secure software-defined technologies that seamlessly integrate across traditional IT and multiple public and private clouds. “

Last December, the company extended HPE Infosight, its predictive AI technology, across its storage portfolio, which enables systems to predict and prevent problems before they occur. This technology leverages advanced machine learning and is an important step toward HPE’s vision for an autonomous data center. HPE also introduced OneSphere, an infrastructure management software that lets customers deploy, operate, and optimize on-premises private cloud environments and public cloud capabilities through a simple, unified experience.

In India, HPE has a 4000+ team of engineers based in Bengaluru working on the Hybrid IT products and solutions, and are involved in the development of management software, firmware, and other surround software that is critical for the infrastructure operations and management.

Power the Intelligent Edge: Today enterprises interact with their customers, employees congregate, and companies manufacture their products. With Aruba, HPE has a highly differentiated offerings in this area that allow customers to securely connect edge environments and drive new experiences and new revenue streams. The company’s Edgeline converged systems bring storage and compute directly to the source of the data that needs to be analyzed in a form factor optimized for the edge environments.

Services are more critical than ever: As a result of its business is increasingly being driven by services expertise, which helps customers navigate these incredible transformations, and our Pointnext services organization provides just that. HPE over the year also saw the growing interest in alternative consumption models such as our HPE GreenLake Flex Capacity offering, which gives customers financial flexibility through pay-per-use options.

Clearly over the year, HPE India’s strategy continued to focus on enabling the new breed of data-driven enterprises connect their data from the core, to the cloud, to the edge. HPE will also continue to advance Memory-Driven Computing, which will dramatically accelerate the speed, accuracy and efficiency of localized computing at the edge.


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