HPE Living Progress Launches New Sustainability Plan

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HPE Living Progress Launches New Sustainability Plan

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Tuesday, August 1, 2017 - 8:15am

We’re beginning to see a world where everything is connected, and everything computes. A world where everything works smarter, everything thinks faster, and everything is possible.

As a technology company, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) recognizes the challenge of meeting the high—and growing—demand for computing power and capacity in a resource constrained world. With 4.5 billion people and more than 50 billion devices expected to be connected by 2030, it is crucial to optimize the energy required to manage this data deluge. This is why HPE is channeling innovation to build the sustainable IT infrastructure of the future, empowering our customers to do exponentially more with less impact on the planet.

Equally, providing IT solutions and services to all layers of society is imperative to bridging the digital divide. Without it, large swaths of society remain excluded from the benefits of technology, creating a growing chasm between opportunity and exclusion. We recognize that new technology unleashes the potential to transform the way people live and how entire industries— from education and health, to finance and business—operate.

Our approach to sustainability is set out in Living Progress Report, which details not only our plan to create sustainable solutions for our company, our customers, and the world—but also our efforts to take advantage of the technology industry’s unique potential to deliver sustainability at scale.

Click here to read the full Living Progress Report.

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