HP CEO Meg Whitman Discusses Corporate Strategy, New IT Offerings

HPLogo1 EbizMeg Whitman, CEO and president of Hewlett Packard, highlighted the company’s vision for cloud computing and big data management in a keynote speech at the HP Discover event in Barcelona, Silicon Angle reported Tuesday.

Alina Popescu writes Whitman told the forum audience that HP builds technologies that aim to help organizations manage cloud servers and reduce energy use.

“Our company strategy is to provide solutions for the new style of IT,” Whitman said during her keynote address, the publication reports.

The article notes that HP serves 1,100 clients. 40 percent of Fortune 100 businesses use the technology firm’s converged infrastructure.

Whitman added that the company is working on a 3D printing technology and an architecture that uses memristor and photonic circuits to move terabytes of data, according to the article.

“As the new style of IT takes hold, we are quickly reaching the limits of the architecture. We need a computing architecture for the Big Data age,” she added.

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