One go-to-market model, one cloud-to-edge stack and one stop for open network architecture – without the supply chain concerns.
Savings, Flexibility and Simplicity at Global Scale
Open Networking from Hewlett Packard Enterprise offers you the greatest freedom with a simple, cost-effective way to deploy massively scalable network services. Web-scale and larger customers can de-risk supply chain concerns, thanks to our unique global presence in over 160 countries.
Bring the benefits of DevOps to disaggregated open networking, including one-team ownership, no handovers and continuous application updates.
Enjoy lower total cost of ownership with standards-based hardware and streamlined software. Reduce acquisition and operating costs by up to 68%(1).
Fully configured, tested and ready to plug in. That’s HPE Open Networking. And with zero-touch OS installation, implementing is simple and efficient.
An Accountable Partner
Protect your Open Networking investments with us. Get the flexibility of open standards and the benefits of white label, backed by the original Silicon Valley startup with decades of IT leadership and global success.
HPE Altoline Switch Series
A family of low-latency 40GbE switches in a 1U form factor. Perfect for deployment in web-scale environments or as a 40GbE spine switch.
- 32 QSFP+ 40GbE ports
- 1,440Mpps maximum
- 2,560Gbps maximum
VXLAN hardware support
- Supports VTEP overlay technologies
- Command-line interface
- Out-of-band management
- SNMP manager
Layer 2 switching
- VLAN support provides support for 4,096 VLAN IDs
Take Your Network Further
Learn how Open Networking can bring choice, economies of scale and simplified administration to your web-scale network.
Learn how Hewlett Packard Enterprises accelerates the disaggregation of cloud data center networking with HPE Altoline switches.
HPE launched open network switches for the data center, giving Web scale organizations and service providers more flexibility and control.
Unify your wired and wireless networks, optimize user experience and simplify admin to improve network control and productivity.
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Credit Suisse Securities Research and Analytics, September 2013.