Hewlett Packard Enterprise, recently hived off from the HP Group, is exhibiting as an independent company at CeBIT 2016 for the first time under the motto “Accelerating next” and is highlighting three key factors for the digital revolution.
From 14 to 18 March 2016, information technology company Hewlett Packard Enterprises (HPE), which was formed from its parent group last year, is celebrating its premiere at CeBIT in Hannover. The stand covers more than 600 square meters and is showcasing industry platforms, architectures and future technologies for digital value creation under the motto "Accelerating next". HPE’s contribution to CeBIT focuses on the three crucial strands of the digital revolution – fast market launches of digital innovations, the sustainable transformation of business and IT architectures and planning for the future based on upcoming technological developments.
Anyone who wants to survive the far-reaching digital transformation will need to combine Californian daring with German ingenuity," says Heiko Meyer, General Manager and CEO of HPE Germany. "It takes creativity and a willingness to accept risks to get digital innovations onto the market fast – but also uncompromising attention to detail and a far-sighted attitude to lay the foundations for sustainable digital transformation. At CeBIT, we are demonstrating how Hewlett Packard Enterprise offers end-to-end support for this process."
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (71034 Böblingen, Germany), Hall B, Stand B04