Hewlett Packard Enterprise Announces HPE ProLiant DL20 Gen10 and HPE ProLiant ML30 Gen10 Server Lines
On Monday (11/5), Sansan Strozier, Solutions Marketing Manager for Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), announced on the company's website the launch of major new server products: "Introducing the HPE ProLiant DL20 Gen10 and HPE ProLiant ML30 Gen10 Servers". Derive Technologies, a HPE Platinum Partner, is excited to deliver the news about these important product lines, which Derive knows will be particularly valuable, regarding ongoing cost reduction and high performance, to the company's mid-sized business clients in the New York Metro Area and throughout the United States.
Strozier wrote: "Meet the newest members of the world’s most secure industry-standard server family. These servers are designed for simplicity, reliability, and affordability for SMBs, ROBO, and service providers." The product launch article goes on to state that, "the world’s most secure industry-standard server family", which have been designed, "based on the new Intel® Xeon® E-2100 series processors", are specifically positioned to, "meet the needs of small and midsized businesses, businesses with remote and branch offices, and service providers."
Critical features, according to Strozier, are "Outstanding configuration flexibility", which, "caters to a wide variety of requirements at affordable price points—making it the ideal platform for growing businesses and service providers with space-constrained environments." The servers also have, "Easy-to-use iLO management tools help you deploy, manage, and troubleshoot servers, even if you have limited IT resources", and "HPE ProLiant DL20 Gen10 servers now come with a three-year warranty for parts, labor, and on-site service."
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