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Going on this week: VM World 2016 and #HPEDare2Compare challenge



This week at VM World 2016 in Vegas, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is on hand with sessions and demos that showcase our latest offerings in hyperconverged and composable VM World 2016.PNGinfrastructure. Among the technologies on display is the newly updated HPE Hyper Converged 380 (HC 380) powered by Intel®. The HC 380 is an all-in-one compute, software-defined storage and intelligent virtualization solution that is cloud and composable ready. Designed for simplicity, the HC 380 is a hyperconverged solution that lets you deploy applications at cloud-like speeds, simplify IT operations and reduce costs.

Built on the world’s best-selling server (HPE ProLiant DL380), the HPE Hyper Converged 380 provides proven architecture for virtualization and cloud. From power on to provisioning in just 90 minutes, the simplified interface of the HC 380 allows you to get up and running fast. You can provision VMs with 5 easy clicks using a very intuitive user interface and you can even deploy, manage and provision those VMs on the go from your own smart phone!

What’s new with HPE Hyper Converged 380?

All-Flash storage: The new HPE StoreVirtual 3200 Storage is a next generation, flexible shared storage system built on HPE’s leading software-defined storage platform. The HPE StoreVirtual 3200 provides customers with a new dual-controller array based on 64-bit ARM technology, a new RAID stack and advanced storage data services like snapshots, thin provisioning and replication at an unprecedented price point. The StoreVirtual 3200 also provides customers with a futureproof and risk-free path for growth through a composable data fabric that spans HPE StoreVirtual Systems and VSA software running seamlessly on HPE Hyper Converged 380 and HPE Synergy.

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NVIDIA Tesla M60 Graphics card: The new NVIDIA Tesla M60 Graphics card in the HC380 provides high performance computation and graphics. The NVIDIA Tesla M60 graphics card supports anywhere from 2 to 32 users depending on user type and allows customers greater performance with more flexibility. The new high performance card offers the greatest number of CUDA cores out of hyperconverged offerings of NVIDIA GPU cards (more than 4,000!) which means information is processed faster and can boost overall performance of the system. The NVIDIA Tesla M60 Graphics offers various levels of software licensing allowing customers to pay for what is right for their business needs.

In addition to the newly updated HPE Hyper Converged 380, HPE will showcase converged management with HPE OneView and Composable infrastructure highlighting HPE Synergy at VM World 2016 this week.

Also going on this week is the #HPEDare2Compare Twitter challenge which sDare2Compare.PNGhowcases the simplicity, speed and value of HPE Hyper Converged solutions. The challenge focuses on how the newly updated HC 380 solution rises above other vendor’s hyperconverged offerings.

Keep up with the fun by following us on Twitter, @HPE_ConvergedDI and use hashtag #HPEDare2Compare.

Find out more details on what’s new with the HPE Hyper Converged 380, here.


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