HPE to provide high performance computing services for mainstream usage
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced that it will be accelerating mainstream usage of its high-performance computing services through the HPE GreenLake. This new cloud service will allow customers to access an agile, elastic, and pay-per-use cloud experience with the internationally acclaimed leader in HPC systems.
Any organization can now tackle their most demanding data-intensive workloads, power up AI and ML plans of action, have readily available insight, and create new products and services with a flexible as-a-service platform that users can run on-premises or in a colocation facility.
This new service can be purchased by customers through a self-service portal to choose the right configuration for their workload needs.
HPE Combines the Power of Two Market-Leading Platforms
The HPE GreenLake cloud service will allow users to have a powerful basis in driving digital transformation by using an elastic as-a-service platform which can run both within their premises or via a colocation facility. This software combines the simplicity and agility of the cloud with the security, compliance, and visibility from a hybrid IT.
Currently, the HPE GreenLake has reached over $4 billion in total contract value, supporting a lot of customers globally.
Initial pre-bundled offerings for HPE GreenLake cloud services for high performance computing (HPC) will be available in spring of 2021 for customers around the world.
HPE plans to expand HPE GreenLake cloud services for HPC to additional technologies, which includes Cray-based compute, software, storage and networking solutions, in the future.
All HPE GreenLake cloud services, including for HPC, are available through HPE’s channel partner program.
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