HPE Cloudline Server Infrastructure
Transition to open systems that keep service providers ahead of growth, ensure adaptability and reduce costs while complying with Open Compute Project (OCP) standards.
More Cloud Services to More Users
Open infrastructure can change everything. Meet the ever-increasing demand for compute with HPE Cloudline servers. They’re built on open industries technologies, so you can easily add capacity and facilitate IT integration.
HPE Cloudline servers are designed for cloud data centers. Through their open design, they work seamlessly within a multi-vendor environment, so you can reduce costs and support explosive growth.
Quick, Easy Scalability
HPE Cloudline provides extreme scalability so you can meet service delivery needs without running up costs. Add infrastructure as needed—and gain the flexibility to improve business growth.
Open Design Philosophy
With HPE Cloudline, you’re not locked in. Integrate with your existing multi-vendor environment to reduce operating expenses (OpEx) and use familiar open tools with common management and firmware interfaces.
Lower your capital expenses (CapEx) through HPE Cloudline by taking advantage of open infrastructure economics.
Built to Open Standards
HPE Cloudline uses standardized server system specifications based on Open Compute Project (OCP) guidelines, for easier adaptability, scalability and integration.
Qihoo 360 Delivers Massive Cloud Services
With over 640 million mobile users, China’s largest Internet security company benefits from easy integration, high product quality and cost-savings of HPE Cloudline.
More About the HPE Cloudline Family
We know what service providers need to thrive. See the details on our Cloudline servers, designed for fast deployment, flexible operation and low total cost of ownership.
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