Does your SMB system or development environment require continuous availability?
The HPE NonStop NS4 X4 system is a modern, x86-based, entry-class NonStop system with a discreet CPU architecture, form-factor changes, and a system interconnect with higher raw bandwidth. It is designed from the ground up for mission-critical and business-critical environments that demand continuous application availability and 100% fault tolerance. With massively parallel processing architecture, the HPE NonStop NS4 X4 system reduces the risk of downtime, while meeting growing business needs, online transaction processing, and database requirements. While this system is well suited for smaller enterprises and emerging markets, it also fits well in distributed computing and test/development environments. It serves many everyday digital consumer interactions (from banking to online shopping to communications) which have relied on always-on, always adapting HPE NonStop solutions for decades.
Does your compute environment need continuous support for OLTP, HTAP, and critical applications with unparalleled fault tolerance and scalability?
The HPE NonStop NS8 X4 system is a modern, x86-based, high-end HPE NonStop system with a discreet CPU architecture and a system interconnect with higher raw bandwidth aimed at workloads that cannot afford downtime. These systems provide virtually unlimited scalability with extreme performance for high volume OLTP, OLAP, and mission/business critical applications. They are designed from the ground up for environments that demand continuous application availability and 100% fault tolerance. HPE NonStop reduces the risk of downtime while meeting dynamic business needs and database requirements. The HPE NonStop OS has been protecting customer workloads for over 40 years. From banking to cell phone communications, payment processing, and many everyday consumer digital interactions rely on always-on, always adapting HPE NonStop solutions.
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