HPE CEO ON GREENLAKE GROWTH AND THE DECISION TO HALT SHIPMENTS TO RUSSIA
HPE is set to accelerate its transformation into an edge to cloud services powerhouse with groundbreaking enhancements to its HPE GreenLake platform set to be unveiled on March 22. These enhancements will help customers manage the hybrid cloud more efficiently, protect and get more value from their data and securely connect at the edge.
The HPE GreenLake enhancements come with HPE GreenLake momentum accelerating. For the first fiscal quarter ended Jan. 31, HPE added 100 new HPE GreenLake customers and reported a 136 percent increase in as-a-service orders. HPE’s annualized recurring revenue—a critical measure of GreenLake adoption—increased 23 percent to $798 million even in the face of supply constraints.
HPE will launch GreenLake.HPE.com with API integration for partners in a few weeks. This is a massive moment for HPE because it brings the unification of the cloud experience in a hybrid approach from edge to cloud. It brings integration with the back end and all the as-a-service capabilities that channel partners will now benefit from.
With the Russian invasion of Ukraine, HPE has stopped all shipments into Russia. In Ukraine, HPE does not sell direct. We work through distribution and partners to figure out how we can best support our Ukraine customers who are in crisis mode.
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