Do you need a cost-effective, industry-standard server for highly parallel applications requiring performance across widely diverse workloads and legacy applications not optimized well for graphic processing unit (GPU) computing? The HPE Apollo kl20 Server is a 2U server with up to four Intel® Xeon® Phi processors and with support for both Intel Omni-Path and Mellanox® InfiniBand interconnect fabric options for flexibility and increased price-performance and density. An ideal solution for running highly parallel applications optimized for the Xeon Phi Processors, especially for code which has already been optimized for the prior generation of the Intel Phi coprocessor and legacy applications for which recoding would be burdensome or where the environment requires performance across widely diverse workloads not optimized well for GPU computing. Delivers a dense and flexible computing platform optimized for highly vectorized or memory bandwidth bound HPC applications.
Do you need a cost-effective, industry-standard server for deep learning and mixed workload HPC based on PCIe GPUs? The HPE Apollo pc40 Server is a 1U dual socket server featuring up to four NVIDIA® Tesla® GPUs and based on the Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable Family. The HPE Apollo pc40 Server is an optimized, industry-standard server for deep learning and high performance computing (HPC) workloads that uses the PCIe form factor for greater choice in GPU selection. 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 pc40 Server delivers cost-effective deep learning and HPC performance with high compute density (up to four GPUs per 1U rack space), helping to turn data into insights and insights into actions.
Optimize rack scale power and increase efficiency with the HPE Apollo Power Shelf. This 1.5U shelf supplies 14.4 kW or 15.9 kW of power supporting 1-3 HPE Apollo a6000 Chassis depending on power load. Choose from single or 3-phase AC input for 12 x 12V DC cables from the HPE Apollo Power Shelf to the chassis.
Each HPE Apollo Power Shelf can hold up to 6 power supplies: 2650W Platinum hot-plug (15.9 kW non-redundant) or 2400W Platinum hot-plug (14.4 kW non-redundant). Choose from N, N+1, and N+N redundancy configurations to meet your workload needs.
HPE Advanced Power Management simplifies rack, chassis, server and component-level power monitoring and management, so you can get both the best performance and the highest level of efficiency.
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.
Fuel ground breaking research in science and engineering with leading edge technology, while going greener than ever before. The HPE ProLiant XL750f Gen9 Server supports NVIDIA® Tesla® K40 XL GPUs. Applications that benefit from GPUs 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.  At the same time, the HPE Apollo 8000 System helps reduce your carbon footprint, saving up to 3,800 tons of CO2 per year.  That’s about the same amount of CO2 produced per year by 790 cars!
Do you need to rapidly transform massive data streams?
The HPE Apollo 6500 System provides the tools and the confidence to deliver high performance computing (HPC) innovation. The system consists of three key elements: the HPE ProLiant XL270d Gen9 Server tray, the HPE Apollo d6500 Chassis, and the HPE Apollo 6000 Power Shelf.
The XL270d Gen9 Server provides up to 56 Tflops of single precision performance per server with eight NVIDIA® Tesla M40 GPU and two Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v4 processors in a 2U server. With a configurable internal PCIe Gen3 fabric, choose to optimize the GPU topology to match your specific needs. High-bandwidth, low-latency networking is tightly coupled to the accelerators allowing you to take full advantage of your network. Two x16 PCIe Gen3 slots for your choice of high speed fabrics.
The Apollo 6500 System: Your next accelerated computing solution.
Do you need a server platform for your data intensive workloads that can scale as your requirements increase?
The HPE ProLiant XL260a Gen9 Server delivers high compute performance for your budget, while leveraging the HPE Apollo 6000 System and its modular flexibility and rack-scale efficiency.
This server features the Intel® Xeon® Phi series processors and six DIMM slots are ready with 2400 MT/s memory, integrated fabric (optional) and HPE SmartMemory.
The modular HPE Apollo 6000 Chassis can accommodate up to ten server trays, with the flexibility to choose from various trays, HPE ProLiant XL260a Gen9 Server, HPE ProLiant XL250a Gen9 Server with accelerators, HPE ProLiant XL230a Gen9 Server, or a combination of server trays to meet workload needs while lowering TCO.
The HPE 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.
Do you need a cost-effective data center system that can keep pace with your growth and provide flexibility to adapt to various workloads? The HPE Apollo 2000 Gen10 system is designed as an enterprise level, density-optimized, 2U shared infrastructure chassis for up to four HPE ProLiant Gen10 hot-plug servers with all the traditional data center attributes—standard racks and cabling and rear-aisle serviceability access. Server nodes can be serviced without impacting operation of other nodes in the same chassis to provide increased server uptime. A 42U rack fits up to 20 HPE Apollo 2000 system chassis, accommodating up to 80 servers per rack. It delivers the flexibility to tailor the system to the precise needs of your workload with the right compute, flexible I/O, and storage options. The servers can be “mixed and matched” within a single chassis to support different applications, and it can even be deployed with a single server, leaving room to scale as customer's needs grow.
Are you looking for more choices and flexibility for your high performance computing (HPC) cluster system architecture with the quality and support of a Tier 1 server supplier?
The HPE Apollo 70 System is designed to bring real change and choice to the HPC market by delivering outstanding performance our first arm-based purpose built platform. Supporting the Marvell ThunderX2® Arm processor, the dual-socket server nodes deliver the high performance, high core count, and high memory bandwidth ideal for memory intensive HPC workloads. The HPE software innovation and Linux® operating system flexibility complement the hardware innovation to deliver increased application performance, system reliability, and management efficiency for the most demanding HPC environments including manufacturing, health and life sciences, oil and gas and geosciences.
Do you need increased computing performance for high performance computing (HPC) and deep learning? The HPE Apollo 6500 Gen10 System is an ideal HPC and deep learning platform providing unprecedented performance with industry leading  GPUs, fast GPU interconnect, high bandwidth fabric and a configurable GPU topology to match your workloads. The ability of computers to autonomously learn, predict, and adapt using massive data sets is driving innovation and competitive advantage across many industries and applications are driving these requirements. The system with rock-solid reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) features includes up to eight GPUs per server, NVLink for fast GPU-to-GPU communication, Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors support, choice of high-speed / low latency fabric, and is workload enhanced using flexible configuration capabilities. While aimed at deep learning workloads, the system is suitable for complex simulation and modeling workloads.