Paving the way for the next decade of growth: Learn how Addiko Bank added capacity to handle future expansion while reducing costs by 78% and boosting performance by 2.5X by switching from IBM Power to HPE Superdome X.
Addiko Bank, formerly Hypo Group Alpe Adria AG (HGAA), runs a network of six banks across southeastern Europe. With approximately 250 branches Addiko Bank today serves more than 1.2 million customers.
I want to share Addiko Bank’s transformation story with you. The bank came to HPE with a clearly defined objective: Reduce the cost of running mission-critical core banking services while improving application performance and enabling greater flexibility to grow the business
To meet this goal, Addiko Bank worked with HPE to transform to a hybrid infrastructure by migrating from IBM Power Systems to HPE Integrity Superdome X Servers and HPE 3PAR StoreServ Storage running a virtualized Linux open source operating environment.
Watch this video for more insight on the strategy and solution at work:
“To run a mission-critical environment like core banking, you need enterprise-class technology that delivers the highest levels of performance and classic RAS—reliability, availability, and serviceability. We saw all of this in Superdome X. It has the robust capabilities we were used to in a UNIX environment but implemented on an open platform.”
—Holger Salzer, Account Delivery Executive with HPE and former CEO of ZIS
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