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HPE Workload-Optimized Infrastructure Is Key To ‘Survival’ In New Normal: HPE Compute GM Neil MacDonald

Neil MacDonald, the general manager of HPE’s $12.21 billion compute business, says that adapting and evolving infrastructure by leveraging HPE’s workload-optimized solutions is key to “survival” in the “new normal” created by the global pandemic.

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Driving Ever Increasing Efficiency In Infrastructure

If you think about what our customers need today they are trying to solve a particular set of problems. They are trying to drive every increasing efficiency in their infrastructure. They are trying to develop and deploy new services and applications to drive revenue or to improve and automate their processes. They are trying to enable largely remote workforces to be productive in a way that their infrastructure was never really designed to do.

As you think about all those areas we have got workload-optimized solutions that we bring to bear whether that is the VDI type solutions for enabling the productivity of a remote workforce, whether that is enablement we can bring them in developing new apps and services by building a modern infrastructure with web scale style economics leveraging technologies like Pensando, bringing great benefits to the underlying infrastructure costs or leveraging technologies like HPE Ezmeral and the data fabric that helps them integrate that diversity of sources of data from the edge all the way to the data center as they develop and deploy new container based applications.

For organizations that are driving their infrastructure to support a horizontal set of workloads they need the security we talked about, but they also need the agility and the automation that we bring to bear with HPE ProLiant in order to make their infrastructure effective in the efficiency it brings and how much effort it takes them to manage it.


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