Superloop, the leading innovator of sophisticated K12 learning enablement and cyber safety solutions, built on HPE Proliant Servers, recently announced an extension in its cybersecurity features of its CyberHound platform, aiming to help schools seamlessly secure their networks from the rapidly expanding threat vectors from BYO Devices and malicious threats. By partnering with HPE OEM program, Superloop can now deliver high performance and scalable cybersecurity appliance to K-12 schools.
It is important to maintain simplicity and consistency while delivering a solution for schools with limited IT resources. The HPE OEM partnership enables Superloop to address this need by standardizing on HPE ProLiant DL-series servers, preconfigured by HPE to the company’s exact specifications. According to John Fison, CEO, Superloop, “Being able to order standard server configurations globally through the HPE OEM program gives us a massive advantage". "This means our global customers can implement our solution twice as fast as we would be able to if we weren’t part of the HPE OEM program", he further added.
The HPE OEM program has helped Superloop gain the advantage of the industry-leading HPE brand as well as the global reach of the HPE Pointnext services organization. It has also opened the door for Superloop to join the Aruba 360 Security Exchange Program, an open, multi-vendor framework. Fison believes that Superloop’s collaboration with HPE OEM program has helped the company expand its market to a broad range of technology solutions. “The HPE OEM program exposes us to a broad range of technology solutions to strengthen our security offerings to schools and expand our business opportunities. And it gives us local purchasing capabilities with in-country support that amplifies our market opportunities on a global scale”, Fison added.
View the full press release here. Superloop will be one of many OEM partner demos at HPE Discover 2019 Las Vegas, June 18-20. Stop by the OEM Hub, DEMO 1008, to learn more.