Single Socket Servers are Disrupting the Server Market

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Overview

Learn why HPE is designing rack optimized servers with single server sockets. Traditionally, small to midsized companies that want enterprise-level virtualization performance need to pay for a two-socket server, which then often leaves them with infrastructure that is highly underutilized and underpopulated. This is where HPE ProLiant DL servers come in. HPE ProLiant DL325 ...

Learn why HPE is designing rack optimized servers with single server sockets. Traditionally, small to midsized companies that want enterprise-level virtualization performance need to pay for a two-socket server, which then often leaves them with infrastructure that is highly underutilized and underpopulated. This is where HPE ProLiant DL servers come in. HPE ProLiant DL325 servers are rack optimized servers with single server sockets that perform similarly to two-socket servers without the expensive, typically unused motherboard components. This performance, along with the DL325’s workload optimization, manageability, and security features make it an ideal fit for mid-market IT organizations and service providers.

Read this Moor white paper to learn how enterprises are responding to trends in the server market with high performing single socket servers that can address IT organizations of all sizes.

Single Socket Servers and the Server Market

Introduction 1

TWO SOCKET PERFORMANCE, SINGLE SOCKET ECONOMICS 2

AMD EPYC – THE FOUNDATION OF THE HPE PROLIANT DL325 3

HPE PROLIANT DEMOCRATIZES ENTERPRISE CLASS PERFORMANCE 4

WHERE THE PROLIANT DL325 SHINES 6

TCO SAVINGS FOR THE MID-MARKET 6

DOUBLE CLICKING ON SOFTWARE LICENSING 7

CALL TO ACTION 8

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