HPE comware NETWORKing solutions
Networking solutions that enable both traditional and evolving data center architectures
HPE Comware based data center switches, campus access switches, and routers
Unlock new levels of network performance, reliability, and scalability across data center, campus, and branch with the HPE Comware family of switches and routers. Based on the Comware modular operating system, these switches deliver enterprise class-availability, support complex deployments based on EVPN and VXLAN, and offer superior security with MACsec encryption.
Automated, multi-vendor and proactive network management
As network management becomes more complex, the risks associated with compromised data flow have also increased. HPE Intelligent Management Center (IMC) delivers comprehensive, multi-vendor management across branch, campus core and data center networks with scale of up to tens of thousands of devices. IMC converts meaningless network data into actionable insight to keep your network and business moving.
HPE FLEXFABRIC SWITCH SERIES
High performance and low latency top-of-rack and modular data center switches
HPE FLEXNETWORK SWITCH SERIES
High-availability, cost-effective modular and campus access switches for medium and large enterprise networks
HPE FlexNetwork 5130 HI Switch Series
HPE FlexNetwork 5510 HI Switch Series
HPE FlexNetwork 5130 EI Switch Series
HPE FLEXNETWORK ROUTER SERIES
High-performance, cost-optimized, multiservice routers based on the Comware operating system
HPE INTELLIGENT MANAGEMENT CENTER (IMC)
Comprehensive management across campus core and data center networks
HPE IMC Enterprise
Supports the management of Hewlett Packard Enterprise and third-party devices.\ and comes with a base license supporting 50 devices, five nodes of IMC NTA, the eAPI library and WSM with 50 AP nodes. Additional licenses are available for purchase.
HPE IMC Virtual Application Networking
Optional module that includes added functionality called HPE FlexFabric Network Analytics. Delivers real time visibility of microburst network congestion which negatively impacts overall network operations and performance.