Sledge delivers HPE Synergy UK launch

Sledge was selected to manage the UK launch of HPE Synergy for Hewlett Packard Enterprise this week (29 September).

HPE Synergy is a new type of "composable" infrastructure, that combines storage, compute and network equipment in one chassis, along with management software.

The launch will take place in the track centre of the Lee Valley VeloPark, to echo the speed and performance of HPE Synergy. More than 500 of the brand’s clients will be in attendance.

During the course of the day special guest Olympic Champion, Sir Chris Hoy, will give a speech to delegates. This will be followed by two and half hours of content created by global team leaders of HPE and key US customers.

"We are delighted to be working with HPE on this exciting launch of HPE Synergy at the iconic Lee Valley VeloPark, the venue will provide a perfect backdrop for this launch,’ said Nic Cooper, CEO of Sledge. 

More from Sledge:

Sledge launches Dubai office

Laura Capell-Abra to leave Sledge

Sledge appoints new business director

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