Calls itself V'Ger wants to merge with its creator
HPE's Spaceborne Computer has returned to Earth after 615 days onboard the International Space Station as the first commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) supercomputer system on the ISS.
Above the cloud
Two Hewlett Packard Enterprise servers on the International Space Station have still not come back to Earth, three months after their intended return.
Targeted their customers
Hackers working for China's Ministry of State Security breached the networks of Hewlett Packard Enterprise and IBM, then used the access to hack into their clients' computers.
Thanks to storage and data centre gear
The former maker of expensive printer ink, HPE beat analysts’ estimates for quarterly profit and revenue, thanks mostly to greater demand for its storage and data centre networking gear.
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HPE is building what it is calling the world's largest ARM-based supercomputer.
Oh yes, she’s the great divider
HPE supreme Dalek Meg Whitman has announced that her six year reign is over and she will be stepping down as chief executive of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
OneSphere links clouds
HPE is planning to announce a new product called OneSphere that could help companies track when employees use public clouds like Amazon Web Services.
What could be wrong with that?
HPE could be in trouble after Hewlett Packard Enterprise allowed a Russian defence agency to review the inner workings of cyber defence software used by the Pentagon to guard its computer networks.
Networking means outfit does better than expected
Hewlett Packard Enterprise reported a surprise rise in quarterly revenue, largely helped by higher sales of its networking equipment.
Autonomy disaster behind it
HPE has completed the spin-off of much of its software business early, closing the door on the disastrous 2011 acquisition of British firm Autonomy and narrowing the company’s focus to data center hardware and software.