HPE has taken advantage of your event Discover 2022 to advertise a new ProLiant server model: the RL300 Gen11, with which the company becomes the first to offer a server with an Ampere processor. Specifically, with native Ampere Altra Max cloud processors. Neil McDonald, HPE Vice President and Head of Computinghas been in charge of announcing them, for which it has also had the collaboration of Renée James, Founder and CEO of Ampere.
The HPE ProLiant RL300 Gen11, arriving in Q3 2022, is just the first in a family of ProLiant RL Gen11 servers that will feature Ampere Altra and Altra Max processors. For now, this new server, designed for high performance but also advanced power management, offers a single socket with up to 128 cores per socket.
This server model has been developed primarily for HPE customers who are responsible for offering digital services, multimedia streaming, social platforms, e-commerce and financial services. Also Infrastructure as a Service, Platform as a Service and Software as a Service plans. It will be available globally for purchase or as part of HPE’s “as a service” model through HPE GreenLake.
According to Neil MacDonald, “service providers and digital-first companies are at the forefront of developing the next great computing infrastructure. These organizations understand that agility, flexibility, and innovation start with computing. They also realize that conventional ODM packages are simply not enough in a market that demands IP depth, performance, reliability, security, and control. This is where HPE comes in and why we chose Ampere«.
Renèe James, for her part, underlined that «We at Ampere are excited to be the first and newest cloud-native member of the HPE ProLiant family. The cloud is the growth engine of our industry, but it demands a modern processor that offers both high performance and high power efficiency to meet global ESG demands. HPE is taking a leadership position in offering cloud-native Ampere Altra and Ampere Altra Max-based ProLiante systems to its enterprise customers and service providers deploying cloud technologies«.