Are you looking to equip your small to midsize enterprise environment with the performance, reliability, and security needed for the most demanding workloads?
The HPE Superdome Flex 280 is a highly reliable server that starts at two and scales up to eight 3rd generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors. Its modular architecture scales cost-efficiently to meet future growth. Six UPI links per processor result in higher bandwidth and faster data rates than prior generations.1 Designed to provide 64 GB to 24 TB of shared memory using DRAM or in combination with persistent memory, it is an ideal choice for real-time analytics. Extreme Superdome RAS features such as advanced memory resiliency, firmware-first approach, analysis engine, and self-healing provide increased system uptime. Superior security, including support for Silicon Root of Trust, protects your critical workloads. As-a-service consumption with HPE GreenLake provides flexibility while maintaining on-premises control.
Are you struggling to keep up with the increasing demands on your mission-critical data environment?
HPE Superdome Flex Server is a compute breakthrough that can power critical applications, accelerate data analytics, and tackle high-performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI) workloads holistically. It delivers an unmatched combination of flexibility, performance and reliability for critical environments of any size. A unique modular architecture and unparalleled scale allow you to start small and grow at your own pace. Leveraging its in-memory design and groundbreaking performance, your business can process and analyze growing quantities of data at extraordinary speed. HPE Superdome Flex safeguards these vital workloads with superior RAS and end-to-end security. Meanwhile, HPE Pointnext, broad partner ecosystem, and mission-critical expertise complement the capabilities and value of the platform to help ensure your move to the HPE Superdome Flex is a success.
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