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Hewlett Packard Enterprise to streamline operations, split off IT Services business

Hewlett Packard Enterprise to streamline operations, split off IT Services business Along with bringing you the news on several new HP products, we most recently we reported on the fact that a tough market has hit HP’s PC revenue.Today, we can report that HP has announced plans for a tax-free spin-off and merger of its Enterprise Services business with CSC, which will create a pure-play global IT services powerhouse.

HPE’s next frontier: Space travel & memory-driven mputing

HPE’s next frontier: Space travel & memory-driven mputing We’ll have smart cars, smart homes, smart factories, even smart bodies.We need Memory-Driven Computing.

The ISS is Getting the Most Powerful Computer Ever Sent to Space

The ISS is Getting the Most Powerful Computer Ever Sent to Space When SpaceX’s next mission launches on August 14, it won’t just be carrying supplies to the International Space Station (ISS).When NASA builds a probe or a rover, they use CPUs and components that are laughably slow by modern standards.

HP Supercomputer Headed to Mars on SpaceX Rocket

HP Supercomputer Headed to Mars on SpaceX Rocket NASA and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) are sending a supercomputer into space.The not-so-shrewdly named Spaceborne Computer, scheduled for launch today from Kennedy Space Center, is part of a year-long experiment.

One small step toward Mars: One giant leap for supermputing

One small step toward Mars: One giant leap for supermputing Through the dedication of our teams led by Dave Petersen and Dr Mark Fernandez, we have the Spaceborne Computer today.This launch represents the first step into the next frontier of space exploration, a mission to Mars.

NASA, SpaceX and HPE team up to send a supermputer to space

NASA, SpaceX and HPE team up to send a supermputer to space This article was originally published on the HPE blog here.The SpaceX CRS-12 rocket, developed by Elon Musk’s SpaceX, launched from Kennedy Space Center, Florida, and sent its Dragon Spacecraft to the International Space Station (ISS) National Lab.

HPE’s Spaceborne mputer successfully powers up in space

HPE’s Spaceborne mputer successfully powers up in space It’s been one month since the SpaceX CRS-12 rocket launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on August 14, sending HPE’s Spaceborne Computer to the International Space Station (ISS).It has been a long month for us, HPE’s Spaceborne Computer engineers, as we waited for an update from NASA on when we would be scheduled to power on the system in space.