The open, software-defined infrastructure provides a great deal of agility. No longer tied to dedicated hardware, the storage system is efficient, cost-effective, and easy to scale. By abstracting the complexity out of the underlying hardware, software-defined storage provides a foundation that can support diverse applications, operating systems, and hypervisors. HPE has deployed tens of thousands of software-defined storage instances worldwide, enabling agility by embedding the same software-defined storage software in many of the converged infrastructure solutions it offers—creating a composable data fabric.
USP : HPE offers software-defined storage that eliminates complexity and helps free the infrastructure from the limitations of the dedicated hardware. It is a software-defined data fabric for any workload. The softwaredefined storage building blocks comprise HPE StoreVirtual Storage, HPE Synergy, HPE Hyper Converged Systems, Network Function Virtualization, HPE ProLiant DL Gen9 rack servers, and HPE Helion OpenStack.
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HPE Presence in Data Fabric Software
HPE has major presence in the US and the UK. HPE has strong distribution and channel partners that help
increase its global reach across all regions of the world. HPE’s R&D efforts are focused on designing and
developing products, services, and solutions that anticipate customers' changing needs and desires and
emerging technological trends. In 2016, HPE invested more than 4% of its revenue, which is around USD
2.29 billion in R&D. As a part of its corporate strategy, the company focuses on both organic and inorganic
growth with an end goal of achieving its long-term business plans. The company primarily focuses on
strategies such as acquisitions, new product launches, and product upgradations. In November 2016, HPE
acquired SGI to strengthen its leadership position in high-growth areas of big data analytics and highperformance
computing by combining SGI's computing strengths with HPE's global reach. To cater to its
customers in a better way, in 2016, HPE announced new High-Performance Computing (HPC) solutions,
with an aim to help manufacturing organizations optimize their design simulation deployments. Further, in
2016, HPE introduced updates to its HPE Helion cloud portfolio to keep it up to date with the changing
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