Antonio Neri


HPE CEO Antonio Neri and Pensando’s John Chambers on the new edge computing switches from Aruba

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. and its Aruba subsidiary are taking the next step in an evolving partnership with startup Pensando Systems Inc. Following the announcement two years ago by HPE that it would lead a Series C investment of $145 million in Pensando, the two companies have steadily rolled out a series of innovations since. These included making Pensando’s Distributed Services Platform available on HPE infrastructure solutions through GreenLake last year.

HPE Discover 2021: CEO Antonio Neri Talks Purpose and Innovation at Virtual Event

The business consequences and technology decisions brought on by the pandemic continue to be felt by organizations and their employees around the world. In his keynote address, HPE CEO Antonio Neri acknowledged that society has been tested and has made progress, but he said there is much work yet to be done.

Antonio Neri on the intelligent edge, inclusivity in the digital revolution

Two years after Hewlett-Packard Co. split into two separate companies, Antonio Neri (pictured) was named president and chief executive officer of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. Under his tenure, the company has streamlined operations, sharpened priorities, simplified the product portfolio and strategically aligned its human capital with key growth initiatives. Now...

HPE CEO Antonio Neri: How Houston attracted Hewlett Packard Enterprise's HQ

Diversity of talent was a large part of what attracted Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s headquarters to the Houston region, President and CEO Antonio Neri said April 19. Speaking at the Greater Houston Partnership’s first State of Technology event, Neri reiterated that moving HPE’s headquarters from Silicon Valley to the Houston area gives the company the best of both worlds. HPE will maintain a large workforce focused on product innovation in San Jose, California, and its corporate headquarters in the Spring area will give the company access to a large, diverse talent base in Texas, Neri said. With several thousand local employees, Houston is already HPE’s second largest site in the world, outside of India.