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Addiko Bank transforms Temenos Core Banking environment with Superdome X

Hewlett Packard Enterprise helped Addiko Bank decrease their maintenance costs by 78% while achieving 2.5x better performance.  Watch this video to see how switching from IBM Power to HPE Superdome X and HPE 3PAR improved their business processes and has safeguarded a decade of future growth.  Want to learn more?  Go to www.hpe.com/info/superdomex and www.hpe.com/info/riscmigration to find out how HPE could benefit your organization.

Unlock the value of your critical business data in real time, partner with HPE for your SAP HANA journey

HPE offers an extensive portfolio of easy-to-deploy innovative SAP HANA solutions that target the challenges created by today’s digital economy. We combine the right-fit infrastructure, software and services to enable SAP customers to become a data-driven enterprise and gain competitive advantage powered by real-time business and customer insights. Trust HPE as your advisor for HANA deployments with a proven success record and market leading position. Visit this page to learn more.

Kenya Commercial Bank boosts and modernizes Temenos Core Banking environment, including Oracle database, with Superdome X

Read this case study to learn how KCB upgraded its core banking environment including the Temenos application, from Release 8 to Release 14 , and a critical Oracle database, and migrated their Unix infrastructure to Superdome X to boost performance and control costs. KCB accelerated innovation of new revenue-generating bank products and doubled the environment core count without increasing Oracle license costs.

Unparalleled scale for your Oracle database and Oracle VM Server environment

Read this solution brief to learn about a new choice to scale up Oracle databases with Oracle VM Server (OVM.) HPE Integrity MC990 X Server is certified with OVM 3.4 (and Oracle Linux® 7). MC990 X is a flexible answer for large environments with data-intensive Linux applications that scales up all the way from four sockets to thirty-two. Growing organizations can start with four processors and step up in increments of four when the time is right.