HPE announces Expansion to ProLiant Gen10 Portfolio

The HPE ProLiant DL325 delivers more performance than a leading competitor with two processors at a lower price

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced an expansion to its ProLiant Gen10 portfolio with the new single-processor HPE ProLiant DL325 Gen10 server, based on the AMD EPYC processors, providing dual-processor performance at single-processor economics.

The HPE ProLiant DL325 delivers more performance than a leading competitor with two processors at a lower price, resulting in 25 percent better price performance.

With today’s application and data demands, and single-processor servers having traditionally shipped with low-performance processors, limited memory and I/O, organizations have been forced to purchase a dual-processor server to achieve necessary levels of performance.

With the introduction of the HPE ProLiant DL325, featuring the AMD EPYC architecture, customers gain the following benefits:

* Achieve enterprise-class process, memory and I/O performance, and security without paying for a dual-processor server.

* Save thousands of dollars on software licensing when per-processor software licensing costs are taken into account.

* Optimize dense server virtualization and software-defined storage workloads with up to 32 processor cores, 2 terabytes of memory and up to 40 terabytes of NVMe storage in a 1U chassis.

The HPE ProLiant DL325 delivers up to a 27 percent lower cost per virtual machine (VM) than the leading dual-processor competitor for virtualization, and sets the bar for single-processor virtualization performance.² In addition, with HPE OneView, customers can dramatically speed up many system management tasks, including the deployment of new virtual machines.


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