HPE to acquire Wi-Fi monitoring provider Cape Networks – News @ WebHosting.info

The acquisition aims to provide customers with monitoring capabilities for SaaS applications and network services. Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) are all set to acquire Wi-Fi monitoring company Cape Networks. With this acquisition, Cape Networks will become a part of HPE’s Continue reading HPE to acquire Wi-Fi monitoring provider Cape Networks – News @ WebHosting.info

IBM, HPE tout new A.I.-oriented servers

IBM and Hewlett Packard Enterprise this week introduced new servers optimized for artificial intelligence, and the two had one thing in common: Nvidia technology. HPE this week announced Gen10 of its HPE Apollo 6500 platform, running Intel Skylake processors and up Continue reading IBM, HPE tout new A.I.-oriented servers

HPE partners with Portworx for easier Kubernetes deployment

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has partnered with Kubernetes container vendor Portworx to provide a reference configuration for enterprises to launch stateful container workloads on Kubernetes. Containers are a lightweight form of virtualization, where just what is needed is loaded rather Continue reading HPE partners with Portworx for easier Kubernetes deployment

HPE to Flex in-memory computing muscles with Superdome platform

Add to favorites Will the HPE set a new precedent for in-memory computing with the new Superdome Flex platform? Calling it the world’s most scalable and modular in-memory computing platform, HPE has unveiled its new Superdome Flex platform for the Continue reading HPE to Flex in-memory computing muscles with Superdome platform

HPE Returns to Techie Roots Appointing Neri to Succeed Whitman

(Bloomberg) — Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. is going back to its roots. The company now known as HPE will be run by an engineer for the first time in almost two decades, now that Antonio Neri is succeeding Meg Whitman as Continue reading HPE Returns to Techie Roots Appointing Neri to Succeed Whitman

HPE Returns to Techie Roots Appointing Neri to Succeed Whitman

(Bloomberg) — Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. is going back to its roots. The company now known as HPE will be run by an engineer for the first time in almost two decades, now that Antonio Neri is succeeding Meg Whitman as Continue reading HPE Returns to Techie Roots Appointing Neri to Succeed Whitman

HPE gives up the battle for tier 1 data center customers

A few weeks back I told you how white box vendors, those Chinese-made, unbranded server vendors that compete with HP Enterprise and Dell EMC, were taking a sizable chunk of the business from the brand-name vendors. Well, now HPE has Continue reading HPE gives up the battle for tier 1 data center customers

HPE to Stop Selling Commodity Servers to Hyper-Scale Cloud Companies

Brought to you by Data Center Knowledge Hewlett Packard Enterprise is getting out of the business of supplying bulk orders of stripped-down commodity servers to cloud giants like Amazon, Microsoft, and Alibaba. After seeing their server sales drop when cloud Continue reading HPE to Stop Selling Commodity Servers to Hyper-Scale Cloud Companies

HPE to Stop Selling Commodity Servers to Hyper-Scale Cloud Companies

Brought to you by Data Center Knowledge Hewlett Packard Enterprise is getting out of the business of supplying bulk orders of stripped-down commodity servers to cloud giants like Amazon, Microsoft, and Alibaba. After seeing their server sales drop when cloud Continue reading HPE to Stop Selling Commodity Servers to Hyper-Scale Cloud Companies