Ampere’s Altra processors are designed primarily for cloud service providers, which is why the company offers systems based on their customers such as Alibaba and Oracle. But as the company gains popularity, it wants its platforms to be accessible to a wider audience. To do this, it needs to partner with major server manufacturers, and from the third quarter HPE will offer ProLiant machines powered by Ampere’s Altra processors with up to 128 cores.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s ProLiant RL Gen11, powered by Ampere’s Altra (up to 80 cores) and Altra Max (up to 128 cores) processors, is a 1U single socket machine. They can store up to 4TB of memory using 16 DDR4 memory modules, up to 10 2.5-inch NVMe SSDs and two M.2 SSDs. In addition, the machine can hold three PCIe Gen4 expansion cards and two additional OCP 3.0 boards.

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