HPE to show future of computing architecture at GITEX

In-memory computing, composable infrastructure and other advances from HPE on show

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HPE to show future of computing architecture at GITEX HPE will be presenting technology solutions that offer new capabilities and flexibility to customers, says Fontana.
By  Mark Sutton Published  September 25, 2018

New computing architecture and technology will be at the centre of HPE's presence at GITEX Technology Week

The IT major will be showcasing a number of advancements in computing that are changing data centre practices and creating new possibilities through greatly increased data processing power during the show.

Among the technology highlights on HPE's stand will be the company's Synergy ‘composable infrastructure' solutions which offer a new level of flexibility and agility to enterprises by offering infrastructure that can be adapted to meet the needs of any application or workload.

The company will also be showing AI solutions for the data; its GreenLake model of flexible computing charged on a consumption-basis; and vertical solutions which have been created by HPE and its partners.

Another highlight will be the first chance to see HPE's prototype of Memory Driven Computing, with in-memory computing solutions which can deliver massive increases in performance and computing power.

Fabio Fontana, VP & MD HPE Middle East, comments: "Visitors to GITEX will have the opportunity to see for the first time the prototype of Memory Driven Computing in the Middle East. This is how we are realizing the new compute architecture to capitalize on the explosion of data: think what you can do if you can accelerate execution of in-memory analytics by 15 times, perform a large scale graph-inference 100 times faster, or evaluate a financial model ten thousand times faster! You can completely rethink critical processes and deliver a tremendous increase of positive impact on our lives.

"Our customers and partners will be able to see the first Memory Driven Computing prototype brought in Middle East, and engage with our Evangelists to understand how it works and can help to deliver a tremendous step ahead in performances."

HPE will also be running a Meet the Expert during GITEX, which will pair senior Technologists and Consultants with customer and partner executives to discuss how HPE is enabling digital transformation through its range of solutions.

Fontana said that HPE has built it business since split from HP Inc at the end of 2015, the enterprise technology leader has driven its business on leading-edge innovations that have been well recognised by its customers.

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