HPE | Our Customers: Powering Customers’ Solutions to Achieve Exponentially More While Reducing Environmental Impact

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HPE | Our Customers: Powering Customers’ Solutions to Achieve Exponentially More While Reducing Environmental Impact

As the demands for connectivity continue to grow, HPE is committed to delivering transformative solutions that create value for our customers while also significantly decreasing their energy consumption and carbon emissions. By responsibly managing our product lifecycle, our products can have lasting positive impacts.

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Sculpting a Future for E-Waste
Teenage artist Zayd Menk believes that in a perfect world, there’d be no waste. The 18-year-old has witnessed firsthand the hazards disposed technology creates for poorer communities in his hometown of Harare, Zimbabwe. Motivated by his belief in a circular economy—one where used items are transformed into something new and useful rather than thrown away...
Jan 28, 2019 9:45 AM ET
IT Efficiency: Savings Without Sacrifice
Big data is exponentially increasing the demand on computability Efficient technology such as Gen10 drives computability, cost savings & sustainability ...
Dec 12, 2018 9:45 AM ET
INFOGRAPHIC | HPE Employees are Creating Local Impact on a Global Scale
With over 181, 000 volunteer hours clocked and $20 million in social investments, our employees made a big impact in their local communities in 2017.   Find out more about HPE's social contributions in the new Living Progress Report. About HPE Hewlett...
Jul 30, 2018 8:25 AM ET
Sign Up for HPE’s “Data Management and Programming Models for Memory-Driven Computing” Webinar
Want to simplify programming and manage your data efficiently? If your answer is yes, this webinar on Data Management and Programming Models for Memory-Driven...
Oct 27, 2017 10:05 AM ET
Intelligent IoT Powers Purdue’s Digital Agriculture Initiative for Food Security Worldwide
Purdue is at the forefront of using IoT, wireless and other innovations to revolutionize farming research Terabytes of data are captured daily using multiple types of sensors, cameras and human inputs; all of which is processed and analyzed in real time Researchers are also working on mobility-enabled tools for plant breeders and growers to use in their operations...
Oct 9, 2017 9:25 AM ET

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