Leap to Alternative Support for HPE Apollo 6000

Park Place Hardware Maintenance

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Michael Jennings June 15, 2021

It’s been over 50 years since the Apollo 11 mission to the moon and its famous “great leap for mankind,” but today there is an opportunity to leap forward with a different Apollo. Data centers with the Apollo 6000 converged, liquid-cooled supercomputers can now move to Park Place Technologies’ alternative HPE support.

A New Support Opportunity

We’re proud to announce that Park Place is bringing our high-quality support contracts to the Apollo 6000. This means you no longer need HPE to maintain and repair these high-density systems and can get more support value for the dollar.

To IT organizations that haven’t yet tried alternative maintenance for converged products, this may feel like a leap of faith. But Park Place has deep knowledge of HPE systems and a proven model for server, storage, and networking support.

With Park Place, HPE Apollo customers get to:

  • Save money compared with an HPE support contract on Apollo converged systems
  • Experience greater uptime with Park Place’s unparalleled time-to-resolution and first-time fix rates
  • Leverage this support option no matter where in the world the hardware is located
  • Never worry about end-of-support-life because we support hardware long after HPE calls it quits

Supported Models

Need the specifics? Here are the Apollo 6000 models that now fall under the Park Place support umbrella:

Nodes for Apollo A6000 Chassis

  • XL220a Gen8 v2
  • XL230a Gen9
  • XL250a Gen9
  • XL260a Gen9SL230s Gen8
  • SL250s Gen8
  • SL270s Gen8

Initiate Contact

As the leading global provider of IT hardware support, Park Place assists clients in over 154 countries on six of the continents here on Planet Earth. We stand ready to help you with your Apollo or other IT maintenance needs. Simply make contact.

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About the Author

Michael Jennings, Senior Product Manager, Product Management
Mike's primary role is to maintain and execute the product support roadmap and roll-out strategy for Complex-Enterprise Server third-party Hardware and Software maintenance for Park Place Technologies.