HPE Apollo 80 System

Are you ready for a purpose-built HPC platform with powerful features such as Scalable Vector Extensions (SVE) and High Bandwidth Memory (HBM)?

The HPE Apollo 80 System offers customers the opportunity to build HPC clusters with one of the most advanced Arm® processors on the planet combined with the Hewlett Packard Enterprise HPC robust ecosystem of software and HPE Pointnext support. HPE Apollo 80 has a high-density configuration with 8 single socket Fujitsu A64FX™ based servers in a 2U platform. The A64FX SVE and HBM deliver leadership floating-point and memory bandwidth performance as compared to not only other Arm platforms, but current x86 based platforms as well. The HPE Cray Programming Environment offers an excellent development environment for customers developing their own code and porting to the new SVE architecture.

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Technical Specifications

Standard Features


The HPE Apollo 80 chassis provides the following configuration:

· Three 2200W 2+1 hot-swappable power supplies

· Four fan modules

· One chassis management module, with one RJ45 Ethernet interface for remote management


The HPE Apollo 80 Blade provides the following:

· Two (discrete) single-socket A64FX Arm servers

· Single 10/100/1000 RJ45 Ethernet port

· Single Port RJ-45 1GbE NIC – dedicated management NIC port

· 1x USB3.0

· SUV port (2x USB2.0, 1x VGA, 1x UART)

System Fans

The Chassis ships standard with 4 two-stage fan modules.

Server Tray Blank Kit

A chassis requires that four (4) server tray slots be populated. Partial populated chassis with less than four blades are supported. Server Node Blank Kit will be provided to maintain uniform air flow.

Rack Airflow Requirements

Apollo 80

The HPE Apollo 80 requires front-to-rear air cooling in the rack. Approximately 130 CFM is required per chassis, fully populated.

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