Enterprise networking vendor HP India today announced two ProLiant Moonshot servers, HP SDN App Store, free StoreVirtual Virtual Storage Appliance (VSA) license to Intel Xeon E5 v3-based server buyers and 3PAR StoreServ 7200 All-Flash Starter Kit.
HP ProLiant Moonshot servers
The networking vendor introduced new HP ProLiant m800 optimized for data processing of data such as fraud detection pattern analysis. The 32-bit ARM servers deliver 3 times more bandwidth and 90 percent low latency data throughput.
The new HP ProLiant m400 servers, based on the X-Gene Server chip from Applied Micro Circuits with Canonical Ubuntu operating system provides up to 35 percent reduction in cost of ownership compared to rack servers.
Free HP StoreVirtual VSA license
Over the next year HP and Intel will distribute licenses for more than 72 Petabytes of SDS capacity free of cost to customers. Customer who purchases Intel Xeon E5 v3-based server will be able to download HP StoreVirtual VSA software and obtain a license for 1TB of SDS capacity. HP StoreVirtual VSA license enables customers to adopt SDS by deploying shared storage for less cost and physical footprint as compared to dedicated storage hardware.
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7200 All-Flash Starter Kit
The new HP 3PAR StoreServ 7200 All-Flash Starter Kit accelerates application performance at a starting price of $35,000, which complements the $2 per usable gigabyte price of the larger HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 All-Flash Array.
For less than half the cost of competing entry-level all-flash arrays, the HP 7200 Starter Kit scales from 7 TB to 690 TB of usable flash capacity via hardware-assisted 3PAR Thin Deduplication and Thin Clones software.
Announcing at a press meet in Delhi, HP said its enterprise architecture innovations assist enterprise customers to reduce cost and complexity, accelerate IT service delivery and enable business growth.
This apart, the new solutions enable a next-generation data center designed to rapidly virtualize and automate processes to address business demands.
Som Satsangi, vice president – Sales, Enterprise Group, HP India, said: “HP continues to bring to market a range of data center innovations that help IT departments move away from silos created by legacy systems to enterprise architectures that can quickly and efficiently service the business and drive innovation.”