The now-dissolved Hewlett-Packard reported its last quarterly financial report on Tuesday, disappointing Wall Street and providing a lackluster forecast for the two companies it was split into.
With the release of fiscal 2015's fourth quarter results, the final nail in the old HP's coffin has been hammered in. Although sales dropped in almost all categories, there's good news for the newly-formed HP Enterprise – and it's in the networking business.
HP is teaming with India's Titan to make a smartwatch that will be compatible with both Google's Android Wear and Apple's watchOS, reported InformationWeek.
The newly formed Hewlett Packard Enterprise will partner with Microsoft to offer services and products aimed to attract the business set to Windows 10. The alliance will also seek to build out joint efforts in new tech for specific industries.
Marten Mickos, of MySQL and Eucalyptus fame, has landed in a new role, this time at the head of a company called HackerOne.
Hoping to become more nimble in target areas, HP will finally complete its long splitting process to become two separate companies this Sunday.
HP unveiled Helion OpenStack 2.0 at OpenStack Summit Tokyo this week. The new version comes equipped with lifecycle management and security enhancements to help enterprises implement the OpenStack distribution.
As announced last week, HP will shut down its public cloud at the end of January, a move that Technology Business Research analyst Cassandra Mooshian noted will enable the vendor to focus on its strengths.
Months after HP came to the realization it simply couldn't compete against Amazon Web Services, it's throwing in the towel. The HP Helion public cloud will be no more after January 31, 2016.
In the run-up to its split into two companies, HP is selling its intrusion prevention system and network security provider TippingPoint to Trend Micro for $300 million.