HPE announces plans to offer entire portfolio as a service by 2022

By Laura Mullan
HPE has announced plans to offer its entire portfolio as a service by 2022. At the company’s Discover conference in Las Vegas, CEO Antonio Neri outli...

HPE has announced plans to offer its entire portfolio as a service by 2022.

At the company’s Discover conference in Las Vegas, CEO Antonio Neri outlined how HPE will shift its entire portfolio of hardware and software to subscription-based and pay-per-use cloud services by 2022.

The company first doubled down on the as a service market in 2017 when it launched GreenLake, the overarching brand for HPE’s on-premise solutions offered as a service.

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Now one of HPE’s fastest-growing businesses, the technology company says that it will continue to scale GreenLake to “reach new market segments new use cases, and leverage its world class partner ecosystem to accelerate growth.”

“We are at an inflection point in the market,” said Antonio Neri, President and CEO, HPE.

“Everyone recognizes that customers want technology delivered as a Service, but they also want it on their terms. HPE’s unique approach to as a Service, which empowers customers with choice, flexibility, and control, is driving HPE GreenLake’s tremendous success.

“We will continue to invest aggressively in this opportunity, to capitalize on our market leadership, leverage our world-class channel and partner ecosystem, and deliver our entire portfolio, from edge to cloud, under the HPE GreenLake portfolio.”

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