Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s crop of Ice Lake platforms includes updated editions of its ProLiant DL360 and DL380 Gen10 Plus servers as well as additional devices for edge and high-performance computing.
The two new ProLiants draw on the 3rd Gen Xeon Scalable platform’s beefier specs to provide twice as much high-speed memory as earlier models. Both systems also support Intel's VROC hybrid RAID solution and an expanded selection of tri-mode storage controllers and hardware-based RAID options. The DL380 Gen10 fits nearly 70% more NVMe SSD drives in a single chassis than before as well.
The new HPE Edgeline Converged EL8000 and EL8000t, meanwhile, are designed to power artificial intelligence and visualization workloads in edge environments. Due this summer, both products are ruggedized to operate indefinitely at temperatures between 0 and 55 degrees Celsius and meet NEBS Level 3 certification.
Also slated to ship this summer and optimized for hybrid cloud environments is a refresh of the Synergy 480 Gen10 Plus that according to HPE provides a 40% performance increase. The new system contains more cores and supports 16 DIMMs per socket, along with eight channels of high-speed memory. It also supports Intel Optane 200 series persistent memory and an optional 2x m.2 boot device. Organizations can buy HPE Synergy products as a service via HPE’s GreenLake solution.
The Apollo 2000 Gen10 Plus, which is available with 3rd Gen Xeon Scalable or latest-generation AMD EPYC 7003 processors, is meant for use in small to midsize high-performance computing clusters. According to HPE, users can fit up to 80 of the new devices in a standard 42U rack.
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