HPE Adds New Servers Built on Cloud-Native Silicon to its Compute Portfolio

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Using processors from Ampere, HPE is offering a new line of cloud-native compute solutions. With the help of the new HPE solutions, businesses and service providers embracing cloud-native development can build an innovative computing infrastructure that would be “flexible, agile, and reliable.”

Renee J. James, Founder and CEO, Ampere
“Ampere is excited to be the first cloud native and newest member of the HPE ProLiant family,” said Renee J. James, Founder and CEO, Ampere.

The new HPE ProLiant RL300 Gen11 server, which will be available in Q3 2022, is the first in a line of HPE ProLiant RL Gen11 servers that use cloud-native Ampere Altra and Ampere Altra Max processors to enable next-generation compute performance with improved power efficiency.

“Service providers and digital-first enterprises are at the forefront of the next major compute infrastructure build-out. These organizations understand that agility, flexibility, and innovation start with compute,” said Neil MacDonald, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Compute, HPE. “They also realize that traditional ODM boxes simply won’t cut it in a market that demands depth of IP, performance, reliability, security, and control. This is where HPE steps in and why we chose Ampere.”

“Ampere is excited to be the first cloud native and newest member of the HPE ProLiant family,” said Renee J. James, Founder and CEO, Ampere. “The cloud is the growth engine of our industry but demands a modern processor that is both high performance and very power efficient to meet the global ESG demands. HPE is taking a leadership position in delivering cloud native Ampere Altra and Altra Max based ProLiant systems to Enterprise customers and Service Providers deploying cloud technologies.”

IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS

High performance and power efficiency are features of the latest HPE products, which serve a variety of changing applications and use cases. The new HPE ProLiant RL Gen 11 servers offer a single socket with scale-out computation capabilities of up to 128 cores per socket. These servers are best suited for clients that provide cloud-based services like IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS, as well as digital services like media streaming, social media platforms, e-commerce, financial, or online services.

Offering highly-available, flexible, enterprise-class cloud servers and cloud hosting solutions in over 20 locations across Europe, the US, APAC, and the Middle East, CloudSigma is a pure-cloud IaaS and PaaS provider with innovative hybrid hosting solutions that enable the digital industrial economy. One of the most adaptable cloud service providers available, CloudSigma gives consumers complete control over their cloud and removes limitations on how they deploy their computer resources.

The HPE ProLiant RL300 server was chosen by CloudSigma, a provider of bespoke clouds, to meet its requirements for an agile and open platform that offered predictable pricing and great performance.

“Based on our benchmarking, the HPE ProLiant RL300 Gen11 server with Ampere processors, is delivering a significantly higher power efficiency,” said Robert Jenkin, CEO at CloudSigma. “This is allowing us to both meet our improved sustainability goals and provide a lower cost of delivery to our end customers.”


In calendar year Q3 2022, HPE and HPE’s Channel partners will offer the HPE ProLiant RL300 Gen11 server for sale or as a service through HPE GreenLake.