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Good things come in small packages


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There are many times when bigger is better. Bigger paychecks, bigger ice cream sundaes, bigger TV screens, for example. But when it comes to increasing your IT power without expanding your space, good things really come in small packages.

Take the HPE ProLiant ML350 Gen10 Server. ProLiant's most powerful and versatile two-socket tower just got even better—with upgraded Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, faster DDR4 memory, support for more hard drives, more NVME PCIe slots, and active/passive GPU support. It also comes with HPE iLO 5, featuring Intelligent System Tuning (IST) technology—developed in partnership with Intel—providing options for Workload Matching and Jitter Smoothing.

In addition, it now delivers a class-leading combination of performance, expandability, manageability, reliability, and serviceability—all in a much smaller form factor than previous generations. This slim server now comes in a 4U chassis that’s only 25.5 inches deep, compared to its previous 5U 29.3-inch chassis. And it still easily converts to a 5U rack server with the optional 1U rack rail tray.

The ML350 Gen10 will help you increase productivity and improve operations while balancing your employees’ mobility, security, and collaboration needs—all within a limited IT budget.   

And all HPE ProLiant Gen10 tower servers come with our new silicon root of trust, which designs security directly into the HPE Integrated Lights Out (iLO) chip. This creates an immutable fingerprint in the silicon, preventing servers from booting up unless the firmware matches the fingerprint. Because HPE has total control of its own custom-made silicon chip and the server-essential firmware, we’re the only vendor in the industry that can offer this advantage.

You’re going to love the ML350 Gen10’s new powers and slim silhouette. Find out more:  

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I am a Solutions Marketing Manager for the Small and Midsized Segment at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. I blog on topics of interest for Servers and Solutions.