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HPE webinar: HPE and AMD – HPE ProLiant Gen10 Plus: The power of EPYC fully unleashed

7th April - 10:00 am - 11:00 am BST

HPE webinar: HPE and AMD – HPE ProLiant Gen10 Plus: The power of EPYC fully unleashed

As we move into the “data era” organisations are migrating to hybrid cloud environments and demanding performance optimised technology to support data processing and changing business needs.

Join our webinar with Jason White from HPE and Tony Bunn from AMD to learn how the new HPE ProLiant Gen10 Plus servers with AMD EPYC processors give greater processing power, faster memory speeds and improved data transfer rates ​–​ critical for organisations to get ahead in this data-driven world.

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Date:
7th April
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10:00 am - 11:00 am
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HPE