HPE Edgeline IoT Systems
Edge computing that delivers secure control and accelerates time to insight from the Industrial Internet of Things
Harness the Business Potential of the IoT
The Internet of Things (IoT) is projected to soon exceed 20 billion devices1 at the “edge” of traditional networks. Those devices generate enormous volumes of data which present a unique business opportunity around the rapid extraction of insights.
Edge Computing: Where the IoT Comes to Life
IoT data originates remotely, often from equipment at the edge that emits analogue data in industries like energy, manufacturing and utilities. Outside the traditional data centre or cloud, the edge is in the field, on a plant floor, at an oil rig or copper mine – generating business, engineering and scientific insights.
Today, IoT data is sent to a data centre or the cloud for future processing or analysis. Imagine if you could process this data at the remote site. The result is the ability to take instant action and affect immediate control of your “things.”
HPE is leading this move from the data centre to the edge, enabling a new wave of technologies that have not been possible before – machine learning at the edge, fraud prevention, automated maintenance support and Augmented Reality (AR) technology.
The HPE Edgeline Portfolio
Our industrial-grade, network edge devices can operate in virtually any environment and deliver secure, perpetual connectivity that drives insight and control at the edge. Upgradability and I/O options provide a strong foundation for your future IoT plans.
HPE Converged Edge Systems
Unprecedented high performance compute, control systems, data acquisition and iLO systems management is converged in a single enclosure and hardened for IoT edge environments.
- HPE Edgeline EL1000 Converged Edge System. Opens New Window: https://www.hpe.com/us/en/product-catalog/servers/edgeline-systems/pip.hpe-edgeline-el1000-converged-iot-system.1008670396.html
- HPE Edgeline EL4000 Converged Edge System. Opens New Window: https://www.hpe.com/us/en/product-catalog/servers/edgeline-systems/pip.hpe-edgeline-el4000-converged-iot-system.1008670180.html
HPE Intelligent Gateway Systems
Our gateways provide a small, rugged footprint for device, sensor and data aggregation with entry level compute capabilities for the IoT edge.
The Growing Partner Ecosystem
HPE partners with the best in the industry to provide an innovative and integrated platform for all your IoT needs. We collaborate with technology partners around the world to increase the efficacy and impact of HPE Edgeline Systems and related IoT technologies. The HPE Edgeline Innovation Network accelerates the development of third-party Edgeline offerings.
IoT Innovation Labs: Get Started Today
Get your hands on HPE Edgeline Systems and see IoT environments in action at one of our four IoT Innovation Lab locations. In our immersive lab you can experiment with test and benchmark applications in a secure and confidential environment.
Explore the Internet of Things
See how the ordinary – devices, data and connectivity – can become extraordinary. Turn data proliferation from connected devices into business opportunity.
The Internet of Things – Turning ordinary things into extraordinary business outcomes
Read the full press release announcing the industry’s first Converged IoT Systems from Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Learn how HPE helps customers leverage IoT data at the edge to accelerate business insight, enable sharper decisions and gain a competitive edge.
Top principles of the Internet of Things (IoT), written by Dr. Tom Bradicich, PhD.
Read the Blog about 5 challenges of Industrial IoT
Read this white paper from Enterprise Strategy Group to learn how your business can harness value from IoT
Tune in to watch the latest Cube interview with guest, Dr. Tom Bradicich at HPE Discover Las Vegas, 2016
National Instruments explains how they are working with HPE to bring together operational technology with information technology at the IoT Edge, with HPE Edgeline.
Hear from customer, Flowserve to understand how they have increased business efficiency and reduced unplanned downtime in the manufacturing industry through edge computing.
Gartner estimates that there will be 26 billion devices on the IoT by 2020.