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Hewlett Packard Enterprise Introduces Next-Generation Compute Engineered for a Hybrid World, HPE ProLiant Gen11 servers.

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New HPE ProLiant Gen11 servers deliver an intuitive cloud operating experience, trusted security by design, and optimized performance for workloads

A cloud operating system from HPE's next-generation compute portfolio has been introduced, and it is intended to power hybrid environments and digital transformation.

The new HPE ProLiant Gen11 servers provide organizations with intuitive, trusted, and optimized compute resources, ideally suited for a range of modern workloads, including AI, analytics, cloud-native applications, graphic-intensive applications, machine learning, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), and virtualization. 


Neil MacDonald, executive vice president and general manager, Compute, at HPE, said: "The foundation of any hybrid strategy is compute. HPE Compute brings businesses closer to the edge, where data is created, where new cloud experiences are delivered, and where security is integral. The new HPE ProLiant Gen11 servers are engineered for the hybrid world to deliver an intuitive cloud operating experience, trusted security by design, and optimized performance for workloads."

HPE unveiled enhancements to its customer experience, supporting HPE ProLiant Gen11 servers, including:

  • HPE Pointnext Complete Care Secure Locations offers customers assigned experts to deliver support to locations where access, connectivity as well as electronic and verbal communications, are subject to specific security measures.
  • HPE Expert on Demand provides customers with access to services professionals with dedicated expertise related to HPE’s next-generation compute offerings.
  • HPE Support Center, which provides online services and a support platform, has been enhanced to include greater collaboration, case management, enhanced virtual agent troubleshooting and a new digital insights dashboard.
  • Support for HPE’s next-generation compute has been extended from three to five years, to up to seven years.