HPE Superdome Server

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HPE Superdome Servers are one of the company’s most powerful servers. Generally, HPE is the global edge-to-cloud company built to transform your business. How? By helping you connect, protect, analyze and act on all your data and applications wherever they live, from edge to cloud, so you can turn insights into outcomes at the speed required to thrive in today’s complex world.

HPE currently offers its Superdome servers with NUMA technology. Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has updated the Superdome series servers with new features to add to these servers. One of the new technologies added to these servers is support for SGI technology.

HPE Superdome Server
HPE Superdome Server

It was in 2016 that HPE was able to buy the shares of the big and famous company SGI and beat one of its biggest competitors in those years. After this big purchase, many ups and downs faced the company and many opportunities were lost from the managers of this company. HPE Superdome Servers are manufactured with a 5-unit chassis. Like G servers, these servers can also use a GPU. Using a GPU can be very helpful in heavy work. One of the advantages of SGI was the use of Numa link technology.

Numalink was one of the best technologies used by SGI, which allowed network administrators to connect multiple CPUs and memory and use them on a computer network. This recently used technology dates back to when SGI used MIPS chips. Of course, Intel has been using it for years now. Changes in the digital world have led many companies in this field to make changes in their business processes. Companies need to make big changes to succeed and focus more on the digital world.

 

HPE Superdome Flex

HPE has recently introduced its Superdome servers, such as G9 servers, with in-memory computing technology based on SGI Numalink technology. Superdome series servers have always been one of the best HPE products. These series of products, like G9 servers, have a very advanced architecture and are used for complex missions.

HPE Superdome servers are powered by an Intel Xeon E7 processor. This processor is the latest from Intel and has very special features (reliable, availability, comparability) compared to previous series processors. This new product is known as Superdome Flex and has the ability to support 32 processors with 48 TB of memory. These features make it suitable for use in heavy tasks such as Apache spark, Sap Hand, Microsoft Sql and Oracle Database.

HP Superdome Server
HPE Superdome Server

Differences between HPE Superdome X and HPE Superdome flex servers

HPE named the MC990X servers one of its largest builds, from the HPE SUPERDOME X series of servers. The Superdome X system had 16 sockets and 48 terabytes of RAM, while the Superdome flex was equipped with 32 sockets and 48 terabytes of RAM.

One of the big differences between the Superdome Flex and SuperDome X is that the Flex model uses a new generation Skylake processor. While the Mc990X and Superdome X use the older generation Broadwell.

Another advantage of Superdome flex is that it uses the Superdome flex protection system to protect memory, and the Memory-Driven Computing system that HPE used to extend the machine project.

HPE Superdome Flex 280

Highly scalable, reliable, and secure server that scales from 2 to 8 processors as a single system. Designed to deliver 64 GB – 24 TB of shared memory using DRAM only or in combination with persistent memory.

HPE Superdome Flex

Uniquely modular, highly flexible, and reliable platform that scales from 4 to 32 processors as a single system and delivers 768 GB to 48 TB of shared memory.

HP License Types

Overall, various HP licenses are available to activate different features and capabilities on the HPE Servers and HP SAN switches. Customers can contact our sales specialists in order to get further information. Also, you can fill the price quotes to find out abut HPE license, hardware and software prices.

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