Is your branch office or data center server infrastructure challenged to support more users and applications within a constrained budget, smaller IT staff and limited space or energy footprint? Is downtime not an option, security paramount and IT dynamics mandate a flexible Converged Infrastructure (CI) that scales with your business? HPE Integrity rx2800 i6 Server, delivers enterprise level security in a 2U two-socket UNIX® server. An ideal fit for branch offices and rack-mount server data centers supporting a range of mission-critical workloads. Customers achieve platform longevity and investment protection with advanced processors that deliver backward compatibility, while further enhancing performance with support of the HPE XP7 Storage and HPE 3PAR All Flash Arrays. Customers can also leverage the recent HP-UX innovations that include the Veritas 6.1 File system support, online HP-UX vPAR migration, Smart Quorum with HPE Serviceguard and HPE OpenStack support.
Has your data center become an inflexible, monolithic, hard-wired, under-utilized collection of systems and complex processes that require excessive manpower to operate? The HPE Integrity Superdome 2 Server family based on a blade design, a common network fabric, comprehensive cross-domain control and advanced power and cooling management delivers a mainframe replacement. The Hewlett Packard Enterprise Converged Infrastructure (CI) delivers consolidation, modernization, shared services and business continuity initiatives by simplifying, consolidating and automating everything from the start. It provides mission-critical scalability and reliability for the most demanding applications and workloads, while supporting up to thirty-two 8 core Intel® Itanium® 9700 processors. The HPE Integrity Superdome 2 Server supports up to 8 TB of memory and has ECC and built-in redundancy, helping you take advantage of the performance benefits of Itanium processors.
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