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  • Andrew Romans | INNOVATE 2016
    Crunch Network

    INNOVATE2016: Are we on the verge of Brexit 2.0

    The danger is taking the election for granted and then being sucker punched by a vast undercurrent of populist anger against the establishment. Read More

  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise to spin off software assets in $8.8B transaction

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise to spin off software assets in $8.8B transaction

    In an $8.8 billion transaction, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, also known as HPE, will be spinning off its non-core software assets, according to a statement from company CEO Meg Whitman. The assets will be merged with Micro Focus, a British software company, to form a new combined corporation. After separating from Hewlett-Packard last year, HPE forged a business model centered around providing… Read More

  • 3D printing technologies explained Crunch Network

    3D printing technologies explained

    If you’ve ever been lost in the midst of all the 3D printing technologies, you know how hard it is to get a grip on the different machinery, applications and companies involved. Many “new technologies” — actually trademarks — are presented as revolutionary, when they are in fact similar or the same as existing systems. Read More

  • HP reports better than expected $0.48 EPS and $11.9B revenue in Q3

    HP reports better than expected $0.48 EPS and $11.9B revenue in Q3

    After the close of the bell, technology stalwart Hewlett-Packard announced better than expected numbers in their Q3 earnings report. This comes after a relatively flat week on the public markets for the company. Analysts expected an adjusted EPS of 44 cents on $11.44 billion in revenue. Instead, HP reported an EPS of $0.48 cents and revenue of $11.9 billion. The EPS numbers reported… Read More

  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise picks up SGI for $275 million

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise picks up SGI for $275 million

    The last decade-plus hasn’t been great for SGI. The company formerly known as Silicon Graphics declared Chapter 11 in 2009. That same year, it was sold to Rackable for a song, with that company somewhat confusingly changing its own name to SGI (short for Silicon Graphics International) during the process. Now former competitor Hewlett Packard Enterprise (which spun out from HP last year)… Read More

  • Polish 3D printer company Zortrax lied about contract with Dell

    Polish 3D printer company Zortrax lied about contract with Dell

    Two years ago when the international 3D printing industry was still a much-contended space a small Polish company called Zortrax made waves – and raised capital – on the news that it had signed a contract with Dell for 5,000 3D printers. I reported the news in 2014 and researched the implications more deeply later that year and found little that might concern an investor or fan… Read More

  • What healthcare IT can learn from HP Crunch Network

    What healthcare IT can learn from HP

    Long before HP was known for PCs and laser printers, it built test equipment for electrical engineers. One reason its products succeeded was because they were designed by the very people who ultimately used them. In healthcare, physicians are obliged to use electronic health records systems (which they did not design). So how can the lessons from HP be applied to the healthcare IT industry? Read More

  • HP’s new Chromebook offers up to 12.5 hours of battery life and starts at $189

    HP’s new Chromebook offers up to 12.5 hours of battery life and starts at $189

    HP is working hard to make a strong Chromebook case for consumers looking for a secondary – or even tertiary – laptop, featuring some upgraded specs at rock bottom prices. Following on the heels of the Chromebook 13 announced back in April, the company’s just revealed the Chromebook 11 G5, a new Chrome OS notebook with some noteworthy features, including, most compelling, a… Read More

  • Innovations in 3D printing Crunch Network

    Innovations in 3D printing

    Ten miles north of Barcelona lies a centuries-old hotbed for ink technology. Founded in the 9th century, the Monastery of Sant Cugat ushered in Spain’s era of ink and scrolls. Nearby, a 21st century HP facility perfected the art through bus-sized printers capable of precisely depositing a picoliter of ink as massive reams of paper whizz by. Read More

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