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SINGAPORE: Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has announced a family of edge-to-cloud solutions to help organisations simplify their hybrid IT environment.

Enabled by HPE Edgeline Converged Edge Systems, the solutions allow organisations to more efficiently capitalise on the vast amounts of data created in remote and distributed locations like factories, oil rigs or energy grids.

HPE’s new solutions operate unmodified enterprise software from partners Citrix, GE Digital, Microsoft, PTC, SAP and SparkCognition, both on HPE Edgeline Converged Edge Systems and on data centre and cloud platforms. This capability enables customers to harness the value of the data generated at the edge to increase operational efficiency, create new customer experiences and introduce new revenue streams. At the same time, edge-to-cloud solutions enabled by HPE Edgeline simplify the management of the hybrid IT environment, as the same application and management software can be used from edge to cloud.

“The edge is increasingly becoming a centrepiece of the digital enterprise where things and people generate and act on massive amounts of data,” said Dr. Tom Bradicich, VP and GM, IoT and Converged Edge Systems, HPE. “Our edge-to-cloud solutions help bring enterprise-class IT capabilities from the data centre to the edge. This reduces software and IT administration costs, while accelerating insight and control across the organisation and supply chain.”

HPE also announced the HPE Edgeline Extended Storage Adapter option kit, adding up to 48 terabytes of software-defined storage to HPE Edgeline Converged Edge Systems. This enhancement enables storage-intensive use cases like artificial intelligence (AI), video analytics or databases at the edge, while leveraging industry-standard storage management tools such as Microsoft Storage Spaces, HPE StoreVirtual VSA, and VMware vSAN.

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