The NSA Granted HPE a $2 Billion Deal for Cloud Services

The NSA Granted HPE a _2 Billion Deal for Cloud Services-01

The National Security Agency (NSA) of the United States of America has awarded Hewlett Packard Enterprise a high-value cloud services contract.

NSA will be able to use HPE high-performance computing solutions to satisfy expanding data needs through HPE GreenLake, which is valued at $2 billion. For an organization’s workloads, HPE GreenLake provides cloud and public infrastructure as a service. It can be on-premises or pay-as-you-go at the edge, in locations, and in the data center of the company.

Through the HPE GreenLake platform, the 10-year contract with NSA would deliver HPE High-Performance Computing Technology as a Service.

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