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    At HP, a new corporate venture unit


    HP predicts 3D printing will become mainstream by 2022 (Photo: HP inc.) HP Inc. has launched a corporate venture unit that will support early-stage companies with promising new technologies. The California-based computer hardware group also announced it had developed a production-ready 3D printing system. HP Tech Ventures will make ...

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    HP's Bahns moves to T-Systems as head of connected-car biz


    Oliver Bahns (Photo: T-Systems) Oliver Bahns has moved from HP to T-Systems to take charge of the German telecommunications consultants' global automotive connectivity business. Bahns, who has been global director automotive & aerospace at HP since 2008, is taking over as T-Systems senior vice president from Heinz Egeler, who ...

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    Siemens, HP provide vehicle design infrastructure to Nissan


    Nissan wants to speed up global growth (Photo: Nissan) Siemens and Hewlett Packard have built a new vehicle design infrastructure that provides Nissan's global R&D centers with improved access to the latest vehicle development data. The two technology companies said the infrastructure, which uses a virtual desktop for engineering, ...

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    Opinion: How to attract female engineers


    GM's Mary Barra is the only female CEO of a major carmaker (Photo: GM) One of the bigger challenges IT and other technology-driven industries have faced for decades is how to attract more female engineers. Efforts to boost the relatively low number of women in engineering companies remain largely ...

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    automotiveIT Congress: HP exec calls for cooperative approach to exploding data volumes


    HP's Postels (left)  and IAV's Schonlau agreed a new approach to growing data volumes  is needed (Photo:Claus Dick) HANOVER - Connected cars will generate more data than current IT systems can manage, an HP executive told the automotiveIT Congress here Thursday. Swen Postels, strategist and chief automotive ...

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    HP announces leadership for split company


    (Photo: HP) Hewlett Packard said last year that it would be splitting the technology company in two. Hewlett Packard Enterprise is set to handle hardware, software and services in the business market, while HP Inc will take over printer and PC businesses. Now, the company, which will continue to ...

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    carIT Congress: HP executive warns for energy crunch


    HP's Bahnssays future local storage options will help provide more data security (Photo: Claus Dick) HANOVER -- A senior HP executive warned Tuesday that the internet of things, which includes cars as participating devices, may consume more energy than the world can muster. "In five years, there will be ...

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    GM CIO Mott is confident IT transformation making progress


    GM CIO Randy Mott spoke at the Hanover automotiveIT Congress in March (Photo: Larry Peplin) More than halfway into a massive three-year project to transform IT at General Motors, Randy Mott is confident he's making progress. The CIO, who joined the largest North American carmaker in February, 2012, cites ...

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    Executive Report: GM CIO confident of progress in IT overhaul


    To build up his IT operations, Randy Mott has hired thousands of IT professionals over the past year (Photo: Larry A. Peplin) General Motors CIO Randy Mott is confident he's making progress in his three-year drive to overhaul IT operations at North America's largest automaker. In an interview with ...

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    HP to host AVL's SAP applications in the cloud


    AVL will depend on HP for the management of its SAP application infrastructure (Photo: AVL) HP will host AVL's SAP applications in a new hybrid cloud-based infrastructure. The US-based IT group said it has migrated a range of SAP applications used within AVL, deploying a cloud-based solution it says ...

  • GM Mott.automotiveIT

    GM to take over 3,000 IT staff from HP


    GM CIO Mott needs to hire thousands of staff to bring IT services in-house (Photo: Larry Peplin) General Motors, which is bringing the bulk of its IT operations in house, will hire 3,000 hardware and software engineers from HP. Under an agreement signed by the two companies last week, ...

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    Many companies don't test mobile apps - report


    The World Quality Report says mobile app quality assurance should be higher on the IT agenda (Photo: Capgemini) Many companies fail to adequately test mobile applications, according to a survey on enterprise application quality. The World Quality Report, which is compiled each year by consultants Capgemini, software test specialist ...

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    Renault selects HP for EV Cloud services


    HP will provide a range of telematics services that will help Renault improve its EV offering (Photo: HP) Renault has selected HP to help develop telematics services for its growing electric vehicle range. The US based IT group said the French carmaker had chosen HP to host its European IT ...

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    Booz study: IT services, system integration losing in importance


    Microsoft is the highest ranked company in a Booz analysis of the best-performing global IT providers (Photo: Microsoft) Software providers and internet companies are the best performers in the global information and communication technology sector, according to a new study. An analysis of the world's 50 biggest ICT companies by ...

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    automotiveDAY 2012: IT becoming a competitive differentiator


    Local Motors co-founder Rogers explained a new crowd-sourcing based approach to carmaking (Photo: Claus Dick) HANOVER -- One thing was clear at the 2012 automotiveDAY conference: IT is quickly becoming one of the major differentiators in the competition between the world's car brands. Until recently, IT was mostly seen ...

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    HP keeps PC division


    Hewlett Packard, reversing a decision made by its previous CEO, Leo Apotheker,said it will keep its personal computer division. The US based IT group said an extensive evaluation had concluded that its Personal Systems Group (PSG) should remain part of the company. "It’s clear after our analysis that keeping PSG ...

  • hp whitman.automotiveIT

    At HP, Apotheker out, Whitman in


    Former eBay CEO was picked to run HP for her leadership, communication and execution skills (Photo: eBay) HP, one of the world's largest IT groups, has appointed Meg Whitman president and CEO, replacing Leo Apotheker, who has been in the position for less than a year. In recent days, US ...

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    BMW extends network services pact with HP


    BMW has extended by five years a multi-million-dollar network services agreement with HP, the U.S. based IT group said Thursday. Under the new agreement, the German premium carmaker will receive a range of higher value support services for the HP technology that provides a major part of BMW's networking infrastructure. ...

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    HP to deliver desktops and notebooks to VW Group


    Hewlett-Packard has won a worldwide tender to provide a broad range of PCs and notebook computers to Volkswagen Group. The US-based information technology group said it would deliver to VW and its group brands in 25 countries desktop PCs and 12 inch and 14 inch notebooks. The deliveries will take ...

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    automotiveDAY: HP wants to help OEMs in China


    HP’s Oliver Bahns spoke at the automotiveDAY conference HP, which expects strong growth in the Chinese car business, has established an"Automotive Center of Excellence" in Shanghai. The facility, which employs 500 automotive experts, is set to capitalize on global automakers' expanding operations in China. "China is clearly a major growth ...