At Discover London 2016, Hewlett Packard Enterprise unveiled solutions to help customers accelerate innovation in an age of digital disruption and do business with greater speed, agility and efficiency. HPE announced a memory-driven computing milestone, as well as solutions to simplify hybrid IT and promote mass adoption of IoT.
On November 28, 2016, HPE revealed a proof-of-concept prototype for The Machine research project to demonstrate Memory-Driven Computing, which puts memory at the center of the computing platform to achieve performance gains not possible today.
On November 28, 2016, HPE disrupted the economics of flash by introducing the new HPE 3PAR Flash Now initiative.
On November 29, 2016, HPE announced an extension of HPE Synergy’s fully programmable infrastructure to HPE’s multi-cloud platform and hyper-converged systems. HPE Synergy with HPE Helion CloudSystem 10 brings full composability across compute, storage and fabric to HPE’s OpenStack® technology-based hybrid cloud platform. The HPE Hyper Converged Operating Environment software update delivers new capabilities to the HPE Hyper Converged 380that help IT act as an internal service provider for organizations.
On November 29, 2016, HPE also expanded the Cloud28+ open community to partners across all HPE regions to minimize barriers to cloud adoption.
On November 30, 2016, HPE announced new innovations that help organizations rapidly, securely and cost-effectively deploy Internet of Things (IoT) devices in wide area, enterprise and industrial deployments. These solutions include:
- HPE Mobile Virtual Network Enabler
- HPE Universal IoT Platform
- Aruba ClearPass Universal Profiler
- Aruba 2540 Series Switches
- Edgeline Systems expand partnerships in edge computing and integrated control
On November 30, 2016, HPE and Nokia announced a strategic collaboration on Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for enterprise customers.
Stock video footage is available for media use upon request, including footage captured during Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s research, development and testing of The Machine program technologies. Additionally, the footage features a time lapsed video of the Memory-Driven Computing prototype build. If interested, please contact Kate Holderness (firstname.lastname@example.org).