HP claimed it has released the most affordable solid state drive (SSD) read caching product which starts off at $1,599.
HP also said it is offering hybrid flash storage in the shape of a StoreVirtual Storagesystem which it claims is 12 times faster than systems using spinning hard drives.
It is also releasing a scalable StoreOne Backup appliance and StoreEasy storage file serving appliances aimed at protecting SME data in case of a catastrophe and providing cloud backup.
HP said it is wooing its channel partners to target the SME market with a range of products that cost 23 percent less than its more grown up products for big enterprises.
It said that the scalable nature of its StoreOnce 2900 Backup appliance, for example, with up to 31.5 terabytes of storage in a 2U system.
HP has also refreshed with StoreEasy storage products using ProLiant Gen9 servers that start at under $5,500.
Most of these products will be available by the end of this month, HP said.