Does your enterprise need to simplify management, reduce costs, and improve reliability and performance for high-performance computing (HPC) and AI workloads?
Built for the exascale era, the HPE Apollo 6500 Gen10 Plus System accelerates performance with NVIDIA® HGX A100 Tensor Core GPUs and AMD Instinct™ MI100 with Infinity Fabric™ accelerators to take on some of the most complex HPC and AI workloads. This purpose-built platform provides enhanced performance with premier GPUs, fast GPU interconnect, high-bandwidth fabric, and configurable GPU topology, providing rock-solid reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS). Configure with single or dual processor options for a better balance of processor cores, memory, and I/O. Improve system flexibility with support for 4, 8, 10, or 16 GPUs and a broad selection of operating systems and options, all within a customized design to reduce costs, improve reliability, and provide leading serviceability.
Do you need a density-optimized, scalable system to meet the changing demands of your digital transformation journey? The HPE Apollo 2000 Gen10 Plus System is a shared infrastructure chassis with flexible support for up to 4 ProLiant XL225n Gen10+ servers (AMD) or up to 4 ProLiant XL220n Gen10+ servers (Intel®) or 2 XL290n Gen10+ servers (Intel), helping you increase your rack space density. Server nodes can be serviced without impacting operation of other nodes in the same chassis for increased server up-time. It delivers the flexibility to tailor the system to the precise needs of your demanding high-performance computing (HPC) workloads with the right compute, flexible I/O, and storage options. The system can be deployed with a single server, leaving room to scale as customer's needs grow, bringing the power of supercomputing to data centers of any size. It is ideal for HPC applications in industry verticals like manufacturing, oil and gas, life sciences, and financial services.
Do you need a cost-effective, industry-standard server for deep learning and mixed workload HPC based on high-bandwidth NVIDIA® NVLink™-enabled GPUs? The HPE Apollo sx40 Server is a 1U dual socket server featuring up to four NVIDIA® Tesla® GPUs in SXM2 form factor and based on the Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable Family. The HPE Apollo sx40 Server is an optimized industry standard server supporting deep learning and HPC workloads, using the SXM2 form factor to provide increased available GPU memory bandwidth and performance. Enjoy quicker and easier deployments with systems configured, integrated, and tested by Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Using industry-standard IPMI 2.0 system management and the HPE Performance Software Suite, the server is easy to use and manage. The HPE Apollo sx40 Server delivers cost effective deep learning and HPC performance with high compute density (four GPUs per 1U rack space), helping to turn data into insights and insights into actions.
Are you looking for a general-purpose 2P server node for your HPE Apollo 2000 Gen10 system to deploy for traditional enterprise workloads such as large cloud and web services?
The HPE ProLiant XL170r Gen10 server deployed in the HPE Apollo 2000 Gen10 system delivers a flexible scale-out architecture with higher density than traditional rack mount systems1 and firmware-level server security for your high-performance computing (HPC) workloads. Each server node can be serviced individually without affecting the operation of other nodes sharing the same chassis to provide increased server uptime.
Each server harnesses the performance of up to 2933 MT/s HPE DDR4 SmartMemory (16 DIMM slots per node) and dual 2nd generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors in a very efficient solution that shares both power and cooling infrastructure. Flexible storage options can support four small form factor (SFF), or three large form factor (LFF) disk drives or four NVMe solid state drives (SSDs).
Are you looking for a compute-intensive server node for your HPE Apollo 2000 Gen10 System that includes support for separate graphic processing unit (GPU) processors?
The HPE ProLiant XL190r Gen10 server deployed in the HPE Apollo 2000 Gen10 System delivers a dense solution with flexibility for up to two hot-pluggable server nodes in a standard 2U chassis. Each HPE ProLiant XL190r Gen10 server node can be serviced individually without impacting the operation of other nodes sharing the same chassis to provide increased server uptime.
The server node harnesses the performance of 2933 MT/s HPE DDR4 SmartMemory (16 DIMM slots per node) and dual Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors in a very efficient solution that shares both power and cooling infrastructure. It provides accelerated application performance with up to four GPU cards per HPE ProLiant XL190r Gen10 server. HPE Apollo 2000 Gen10 System delivers storage flexibility with options that support 12 SFF or 6 LFF HDD/SSD or 8 NVMe SSD.
Do you need a server platform for enterprise workloads that can scale per your needs?
The HPE ProLiant XL230a Gen9 Server delivers 2P performance for your budget, while leveraging the HPE Apollo 6000 System and its modular flexibility and rack-scale efficiency. Featuring the Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v3/v4 series processors, the 16 DIMM slots are ready with DDR4 2133(1024 GB maximum)/2400 (2048 GB maximum) MHz memory and HPE SmartMemory.
The modular HPE Apollo 6000 Chassis accommodates up to ten (10) hot-swap server trays, with the flexibility to choose from the HPE ProLiant XL230a Gen9 Server, the HPE ProLiant XL250a Gen9 Server, or a combination of server trays to meet your workload needs while lowering your TCO.
The Apollo 6000 Power Shelf drives rack scale power efficiency, while the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Advanced Power Manager provides real-time power measurements and enables rack-level dynamic power capping.
Fuel ground breaking research in science and engineering with leading edge technology, while going greener than ever before. The HPE ProLiant XL740f Gen9 Server supports Intel® Xeon Phi™ 7120D coprocessors. Applications that benefit from coprocessors include seismic processing, biochemistry simulations, weather and climate modeling, image, video and signal processing, computational finance, computational physics, CAE, CFD, and data analytics.
The HPE Apollo 8000 System reaches new heights of performance density, with 4x the teraflops per square foot and up to 40% more FLOPs per watt than comparable air cooled servers.1 At the same time, the HPE Apollo 8000 System helps reduce your carbon footprint, saving up to 3,800 tons of CO2 per year.2 That’s about the same amount of CO2 produced per year by 790 cars!
Are your high-performance computing (HPC) applications memory-bound?
The HPE Apollo 35 v2 System provides a high density AMD EPYC compute solution with exceptional memory bandwidth and capacity per socket. Offering four servers in 2U, with up to 64 cores and 512 GB DDR4 3200 MT/s memory per socket, the HPE Apollo 35 v2 System, with second-generation AMD EPYC processors, is well suited for memory bandwidth or capacity bound HPC workloads, such as computational fluid dynamics, weather simulation, and oil and gas exploration. With high-performance core density per server and support for high-bandwidth network interfaces, the HPE Apollo 35 v2 System delivers excellent HPC performance at both node and rack level.
Are you searching for flexible, high core count, and high memory bandwidth system in HPC and AI?
The HPE Apollo 20 System is built on the 2nd Generation Intel® Xeon® Platinum 9200 family of processors, which offer outstanding 2-socket performance leadership across popular workloads. Built to support both liquid-cooled and air-cooled options in a variety of configurations, the HPE Apollo 20 System takes advantage of the Hewlett Packard Enterprise experience in HPC cooling technologies as workloads continue to push power and density. The HPE Apollo 20 System offers up to 56 cores with an impressive 12 DIMMs per socket, making it ideal for use in data-intensive industries including oil and gas, finance, AI, manufacturing, and life sciences.
Are you ready for a purpose-built HPC platform with powerful features such as Scalable Vector Extensions (SVE) and High Bandwidth Memory (HBM)?
The HPE Apollo 80 System offers customers the opportunity to build HPC clusters with one of the most advanced Arm® processors on the planet combined with the Hewlett Packard Enterprise HPC robust ecosystem of software and HPE Pointnext support. HPE Apollo 80 has a high-density configuration with 8 single socket Fujitsu A64FX™ based servers in a 2U platform. The A64FX SVE and HBM deliver leadership floating-point and memory bandwidth performance as compared to not only other Arm platforms, but current x86 based platforms as well. The HPE Cray Programming Environment offers an excellent development environment for customers developing their own code and porting to the new SVE architecture.
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