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About Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is a technology company with a comprehensive portfolio spanning from cloud to the data center to workplace applications. HPE hyperconverged technology and services help customers around the world make IT more efficient, more productive, and more secure.

In 2017, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) acquired SimpliVity and now offers HPE SimpliVity hyperconverged systems, complete hardware-software solutions that are designed, built, and supported by HPE. HPE SimpliVity hyperconverged technology lets organizations simplify IT. The infrastructure combines compute, storage services, and networking in a single 2U appliance, and incorporates all of the traditional IT functions: WAN optimization, unified global VM-centric management, data protection, cloud integration, deduplication, built-in backup, caching, and scale-out capabilities. Inline deduplication, compression and optimization are applied to all data at inception, reducing resource consumption (storage and CPU) while increasing application performance.

HPE SimpliVity 380 is a turnkey hyperconverged solution built on an HPE ProLiant DL380 compute platform. Systems can be clustered to form a shared resource pool that delivers high availability, mobility, and efficient scaling of performance and capacity.

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The Yates Memo and the Evolving FCPA Enforcement Paradigm: Implications for the Prosecution of Corporate Wrongdoers

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