Servers offered by HP
When one hears the word HP, most will automatically think of their servers. Over the years, HP has gained millions of businesses' trust thanks to their revolutionary servers. They have an eye pleasing design and futuristic looks that look great in every place of installment. The servers are also very advanced when it comes to their computing power and software management system offered by HPE.
Here are some servers and specifications offered by HP:
HPE Superdome Flex 280
The Intel Xeon Modular cpus uses either a Gold or Platinum configuration. In addition the user can enjoy a fast DDR4 storage technology, which makes the system a lot quicker. Additionally the users can enjoy the option of DRAM solely or a mix of DRAM and continuous memory.
To easily support all of the aforementioned configurations, the system also provides users with a powerful Intel Optane Persistent Memory (which supports HPE 100 series).
These features and configurations seamlessly further enhance the administrative, dependability, and protection of the ecosystem.
It has 128 GB of DDR4 DIMMs as well as updated SSDs with NVMe.
HPE SGI 8600 System
The HPE SGI 8600 System is a water-cooled, tray-based, high-volume clustered computer system built from the ground up to give peak efficiency, scale, and density. The E-cell is the fundamental building element of the HPE SGI 8600 System. The method consists of two 42U high E-racks split by a cooling rack. The E-cell is a closed device that operates on closed cell loop cooling technology and does not exhaust warm air into the network infrastructure. A direct connected liquid cooled "cold sink" removes heat efficiently from high power components like as Cpu cores, Graphics, and switches through an additional cooling distribution unit (CDU).
HPE servers can support the Intel Xeon processor expandable family, the Intel Xeon Phi processor, or the Intel Xeon processor expandable family and NVIDIA Tesla SXM2 GPUs.
Performant connection solutions, along with premier HPE MPI software, have achieved world records for significant data transmission benchmarks.