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10 HPE GreenLake Game Changers From HPE Discover 2021

HPE unleashed a blizzard of on-premises cloud native services innovation at HPE Discover including Silicon On Demand, the HPE GreenLake Lighthouse platform for delivering multiple cloud services and the Project Aurora zero trust architecture for GreenLake.

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GreenLake 5G Core For Telco

HPE said its new 5G Core for Telco GreenLake service – which is comprised of HPE telco blueprints and HPE 5G core software- enables telecom providers to move to a pay-per-use model.

The 5G Core offensive comes with HPE stepping up its 5G march under for new HPE Intelligent Edge President Phil Mottram.

Mottram, a seasoned 30 year telecommunications veteran who has worked at Vodafone, AT&T, Sprint, British Telecom, and Telstra, stepped into the new job with the departure of Aruba founder Keerti Melkote effective June 1. Also departing with Melkote were: Aruba Chief Technology Officer Partha Narasimhan and Chief Architect Pradeep Iyer.

Mottram, who was heading up the HPE communications group with 5,000 employees and $3.5 billion in sales, has called 2021 the year telcos will start deploying 5G services for business.

“5G is about far more than faster downloads and the real revenue opportunity for telcos will come in deploying innovative new enterprise services,” said Mottram in a blog post.

Telecoms operators and cloud providers see the “opportunity and are moving quickly to offer cloud services at the edge via the 5G network,” said Mottram.

Neri, for his part, has said HPE’s decision to integrate 5G into the Aruba control plane opens the door for partners to create private LTE networks.

“Today, we have billions of apps and data,” Neri told BoB conference virtual attendees last Fall. “Tomorrow we’re going to have trillions of things. And let’s not forget, every day we add 14 million new devices to the network. So we live in a hyperconnected world. But 5G will create a new set of experiences and new use cases.”

 
 
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