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HPE Builds Nasa New Supercomputer to Support Future Human Mission to Moon

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  • New supercomputer, called Aitken, will run complex simulations for future entry, descent, and landing (EDL) on the moon
  • Aitken is highly energy efficient, residing in NASA Ames’ new modular supercomputing that will replace the need for a cooling tower and millions of gallons of water
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IN THIS ARTICLE

  • New supercomputer, called Aitken, will run complex simulations for future entry, descent, and landing (EDL) on the moon
  • Aitken is highly energy efficient, residing in NASA Ames’ new modular supercomputing that will replace the need for a cooling tower and millions of gallons of water

HPE's Commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals

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Our materiality assessment also informs our focus on advancing the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We recognize that achieving the SDGs could open up an estimated $12 trillion in market opportunities and believe all of the SDGs are essential to sustainable development. However, we have focused our efforts on the SDGs where we believe we can make the biggest impact and best apply our capacity and innovations as a global technology company. 

HPE Partners With Texas A&M to Create New Computer Engineering Center

With support from the technology giant, Texas A&M students and faculty will be able to explore the future uses of data analytics.
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HPE Panel Discusses the Future of Technology, Smart Cities

By Chevall Pryce
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Mark Potter, chief technology officer for HPE and director of Hewlett Packard Labs, discussed the future of smart cities, which are cities with infrastructure integrated with modern tech to enhance the citizen experience and encourage tapping into the potential of an area.

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A Message from our CEO, Antonio Neri, President and Chief Executive Officer at HPE

2018 Living Progress Report
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Get more highlights from Living Progress: hpe.com/livingprogress

We live in an incredible time—where climate change, population, food, healthcare, and security all present urgent and interrelated challenges for our society. Fortunately, I believe technology can play an important role in addressing these rapidly-evolving global needs. And that is why we at HPE have dedicated ourselves to a clear, simple, and extremely important cause—developing and using technology to advance the way people live and work. 

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Releases 4th Annual ESG Report

HPE leverages technology to address societal and environmental needs and drive business results
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  • HPE has released its annual Living Progress Report, which shows our progress toward environmental, social, and governance goals
  • HPE continues to meet and exceed its customers’ business and sustainability goals by embedding efficiency, security, and reusability throughout the lifecycle of its products
  • HPE leads the industry with policies and programs that reduce its suppliers’ environmental impacts and protect human rights through targeted capability-building
  • HPE continued to foster a people and values-driven company culture by investing in its employees, as well as the communities in which the company operates
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  • HPE has released its annual Living Progress Report, which shows our progress toward environmental, social, and governance goals
  • HPE continues to meet and exceed its customers’ business and sustainability goals by embedding efficiency, security, and reusability throughout the lifecycle of its products
  • HPE leads the industry with policies and programs that reduce its suppliers’ environmental impacts and protect human rights through targeted capability-building
  • HPE continued to foster a people and values-driven company culture by investing in its employees, as well as the communities in which the company operates

Trust and Responsibility in a Digital Age

How HPE is working to advance environmental sustainability and human rights
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  • HPE strives not only to identify the impacts to the environment and human rights caused by disruptive innovations like IoT or AI, but actively works to mitigate them
  • Conducting business ethically is a core value that anchors everything we do at HPE
  • Advancing new privacy enhancements for data processing is crucial to putting technology to work for the public good
  • HPE leads the industry with policies and programs that protect the human rights of workers in our supply chain, and we factor these increasingly stringent social and environmental standards into our purchasing decisions
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  • HPE strives not only to identify the impacts to the environment and human rights caused by disruptive innovations like IoT or AI, but actively works to mitigate them
  • Conducting business ethically is a core value that anchors everything we do at HPE
  • Advancing new privacy enhancements for data processing is crucial to putting technology to work for the public good
  • HPE leads the industry with policies and programs that protect the human rights of workers in our supply chain, and we factor these increasingly stringent social and environmental standards into our purchasing decisions

#HPEPRIDE Celebration 2019

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HPE PRIDE month kicked off with a global webcast “It Gets Better," featuring Mitchell Kahine, LGBTQ+ Attorney & Phyllis Frye, the 1st US Transgender Judge & local leaders Brian Hoffmann & Linda Williams as well as PRIDE exec sponsors Chris Drago & Mike Coumos - global events are planned throughout June including PRIDE parades culminating a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Stonewall in NYC.

Sustainability in Tech: How Tech and Human Ingenuity Can Save Our Future and Our Climate

By Antonio Neri President & CEO, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
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The numbers don’t lie – the effects of climate change are overwhelming and happening right now. Wildfires are more frequent and more destructive in recent years and the wildfire season has increased by 78 days since the 1970s.

This Earth Day, We’re Focusing on the Power of Supercomputers

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Inspired by a massive oil spill in Santa Barbara, California—the first Earth Day was held in 1970. Flash-forward 49 years, Earth Day is now celebrated by more than a billion people worldwide, bringing social awareness to some of our most urgent and complex environmental issues, such as climate change.

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