A Detailed Look At HP – Past, Present and Future
Did you know Hewlett Packard or HP started out of a garage in California?
A company that is literally over 6 decades old, Hewlett Packard was conceptualized in 1935 by two Stanford University electrical engineer graduates Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard out of a garage in Palo Alto, California. In just a little over ten short years HP became a corporation and by the late 1950′s became a public company.
Since its inception the company hasn’t looked back. Responsible for developing a diverse range of products in its early years including electric thermometers, HP was one of the pioneers in developing the globe’s first computers for business use like the HP 250, HP 1000 and HP 9800. Being one of the very first inhabitants in what is now popularly known as the “Silicon Valley” on the outskirts of San Francisco, HP created massive transformation in the computer market with its range of desktops and laptops.
Today, HP is still very much well known for its wide array of desktop and laptop computers. Some of its most popular models being the Pavilion and Dimension line of laptops and desktop computers. HP has added on to its product range by complementing its computer with necessary peripherals like inkjet and laser printers and its range of MediaSmart servers.
Most people would agree that the future is in cloud computing and Software as a Service (SAAS) technology along with going green. Besides producing quality and reliable products for the business and consumer market HP is focusing on cloud computing for small and large enterprises to help reduce costs and continue to be a world leader in emerging technologies related to computer solutions.
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