5 Reasons of Choosing HPE ProLiant Gen 10 Plus Servers

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Recently, we discovered that HPE has released several Plus servers. So, is it necessary for us to upgrade the old HPE servers to the new generation HPE ProLiant Gen 10 Plus Servers? Let us discuss a few reasons.

1.Companies are undergoing digital transformation

Today’s enterprises need differentiated and workload-optimized technologies to provide low latency, flexibility, and high performance in order to turn data into insights and innovation capabilities.

According to IDC’s data in 2019, the digital transformation of the economy accounts for 20% of global GDP1, about 19 trillion US dollars; while the global health emergency (COVID-19) changes the way of life and work, digital transformation will accelerate in the next 5-72 years.

According to Forbes’ research in 2019 and 20203:

  • 74% of enterprises plan to modernize and digitize to support next-generation business models.
  • 70% of companies plan to create new digital business models and revenue streams.
  • 66% of companies plan to add new labor models through automation and artificial intelligence.
  • 73% of companies plan to build a seamless digital customer experience.
  • 75% of enterprises will continue to switch to remote office.


  1. IDC, Worldwide Digital Transformation Strategies – IDC special Intelligence Service, August 2019.
  2. IDC, Worldwide Digital Transformation Investment Trends and Highlights in a COVID-19 World, August 2020.
  3. Forbes, Stats on digital transformation, 2019 and 2020.

digital enterprise

2. Benefits of HPE ProLiant

As a famous brand of server, HPE ProLiant servers provide these benefits:


  • HPE ProLiant series produced the first X86 standard server, the first rack server, and the first blade server. It has been the first in the global market for 80 consecutive quarters.


  • With 30 years of technology accumulation, cumulative sales have exceeded 40 million units.
  • Strict supplier component pre-audit testing and internal product testing.
  • 3 million hours, 96 hours


  • Accumulatively served more than 1 million customers
  • The best management tool iLO & Oneview
  • Custom BIOS, SmartRaid, Smart Carrier

3. Highlights of HPE ProLiant Gen 10 Plus Servers

HPE server will promote the next wave of digital transformation, build an intelligent computing foundation for hybrid cloud, and provide new computing capabilities for modern digital enterprise transformation. HPE ProLiant Server will provide these advantages:

  • Unparalleled workload optimization
  • Comprehensive security protection
  • Intelligent management automation
  • Quality service provision

HPE Gen 10 Plus series include ProLiant DL110 Gen 10 Plus, ProLiant DL360 Gen 10 Plus, ProLiant DL380 Gen 10 Plus, Apollo 2000 Gen 10 Plus, Apollo 6500 Gen 10 Plus, etc.

Features of DL110 plus, DL360 plus and DL380 plus:

Series ProLiant DL110 Gen 10 Plus ProLiant DL360 Gen 10 Plus ProLiant DL380 Gen 10 Plus
Designed for Telecom server suitable for open RAN Rack optimized intensive solution Accelerator optimization solution
Structure 1U

1 Processor


2 Processors


2 Processors

Application 5G infrastructure, access

Baseband processing, fronthaul edge

IT infrastructure

Physical, virtual, containerized

Software defined storage, AI/ML

Media streaming, structured data analysis, NFV

Highlight Optimized for telecom vRAN workloads

Thinner chassis (17 inches)

Significantly improve NVMe SSD support

Rich storage backplane layout

Slotless HW RAID M.2, NS204i-r adapter card

Significantly increase storage capacity

Broad coverage of drive rack/disk product portfolio

AROC/OCP channel recovery module

Rear drive

4.HPE ProLiant Gen 10 Plus Servers are equipped with the latest Intel processors

HPE Gen 10 Plus series is equipped with Intel’s latest Xeon Scalable processor. Let’s take a look at the development history of Intel’s third-generation processors:

2019 2020 2021
2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable
1-8 Sockets 4-8 Sockets 1-8 Sockets
Cascade Lake

Purley Platform


Cooper Lake

Cedar island platform

Sapphire Rapids

Eagle Stream Platform

Coming later this year:

1-2 Sockets

Ice Lake

Whitley Platform

Next Gen DL Boost: AMX

Silicon Powered On

The performance of Intel’s new-generation Whitley platform will improve 4 features:

  • 80 maximum dual-socket processor cores, strong computing performance, will increase performance by 50%.
  • 128 dual PCIe 4.0 channels, I/O is efficiently improved, and the bandwidth of a single channel is doubled.
  • 8 memory channels with a maximum of 3200MHz, memory bandwidth expansion, 1.6 times the bandwidth increase.
  • 12TB maximum memory, large memory capacity, 2.66 times the capacity increase.

We believe that excellent Intel processors will bring excellent performance to HPE servers.


5.Both HPE DL380 Gen 10 Plus and DL360 Gen10 Plus perform better than the old series.

Series ProLiant DL380 Gen 10 Plus ProLiant DL360 Gen 10 Plus
CPU Up to 2 Intel Ice Lake CPU

Support Up to 270W

Memory Up to 32 memories

One CPU supports up to 6TB

Support 16 and Optane persistent memory

Hard Disk Up to 36 SFF

Up to 20 LFF

Up to 32 NVME



PCIe Slot Up to 8 Up to 3
GPU 3 double-slots

8 single-slots

2 single-slots

dl380 plus-dl360 plus


As mentioned earlier, cash companies need low-latency, flexible and high-performance servers, and HPE ProLiant Gen 10 Plus series servers can meet them one by one. If the budget is sufficient, we recommend upgrading to the latest series immediately!

If you want to order HPE ProLiant Gen 10 servers, welcome to visit:

HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen10 Plus Servers 

HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10 Plus Servers

HPE ProLiant DL385 Gen10 Plus Servers 

HPE ProLiant DL325 Gen10 Plus Servers 

HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10 Servers 

HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen10 Servers 

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