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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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The Power Of Workload-Optimized Solutions

The power of a workload-optimized solution is being able to bring customers a verified, validated, supported infrastructure to run a particular workload in an optimal way rather than them having to integrate it themselves or indeed our partners having to do all that integration and exploration.

We can bring the benefits of our engineering and the work that we have done all the way down to the platform level to bring an opinionated offer to them that helps them get their infrastructure deployed and into production faster and makes it much, much easier to sustain.

For our partners that is key because it drives efficiency and enables them to focus on adding value further up the stack in the customer’s experience rather than having to do the same amount of solutioning and assembly that we can do for them.

The power of our partners is their intimacy with our joint customers and their understanding of those customer’s needs. With the workload-optimized solutions we are able to shorten up that sales and solutioning cycle for them and enable them to focus on really delivering value to our end customers.

 
 
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