HPE to leave Silicon Valley for Houston

Tom Wright
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Vendor reports flat sales but touts growth emerging segments

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has revealed plans to move its HQ from Silicon Valley to Houston, partly as a result of the pandemic fallout. HPE said it is in the process of constructing a "state of the art" campus in Houston, which is where its largest employee base is already situated. CEO Antonio Neri said: "Early in the pandemic, we recognize there was no going back to what used to be, only preparing for and building what comes next. "This is one of the reasons we have made the...

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