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Has your server been configured with the memory it needs to perform as its role expands over time?
HPE DDR4 SmartMemory is designed for small to large enterprise customers with a significant need for performance and capacity, along with a desire to manage total cost of ownership. HPE DDR4 SmartMemory enables total server memory optimization, runs at top throughput speed, and is among the most power-efficient memory available. In addition to performance and efficiency, HPE DDR4 SmartMemory also delivers on reliability. Only the highest-quality DRAM modules are selected from top suppliers. Now more than ever, DRAM quality is critical, as data center trends such as server virtualization, cloud computing, and the use of large database applications have increased the need for higher-capacity memory with greater up-time. HPE DDR4 SmartMemory undergoes rigorous qualification and testing processes that unlock memory performance features available only with HPE servers.
Do you need to increase the performance of your data center database and analytics applications? HPE NVDIMMs are the newest non-volatile memory offering in the HPE Persistent Memory product category. They provide the right-sized capacity for removing smaller storage bottlenecks, reducing latency and increasing processing speeds significantly. HPE NVDIMMs also have the resiliency you have come to expect from storage technology by utilizing higher endurance DRAM and components that help verify data is moved to non-volatile technology in the event of a power loss. Customers can have the assurance that data will be accessible when they need it. This offering provides customers with the best of both worlds, the performance of memory and the persistence of storage, but that's not all. HPE NVDIMMs are not just new hardware technology, but a complete software ecosystem designed to work with today’s applications and workloads, including databases and analytics workloads.