Thread regarding Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) layoffs

Is it now safe to assume that HPE USA is almost equally good, for job security and career growth aspects, as HPI USA?

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I think company growth possibility in HPE is more compared to HPI

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Post ID: @XLHx5oN-dmyw

Career growth and security at HPE? Surely, you jest!

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Post ID: @XLHx5oN-caws

HPI stock tumbled dur to a decline in market share and lower pricing . Seems like HPE will be better than HPI in as short as in next 3-5 years

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Post ID: @XLHx5oN-6kpt

Yes, and they might pull it off. Time will tell. But 3D printing isn't squirting ink on paper. Totally different and other companies have a head start.

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Post ID: @XLHx5oN-5ohj

Think you miss the point then. HPI is looking forward to become the market leaders.

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Post ID: @XLHx5oN-5znr

See https://www.relativityspace.com/ ... 3D printing of metal (rockets including the engines) can be done, but it is WAAAY leading edge and expensive!!! Good luck getting that to mass-market any time soon!

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Post ID: @XLHx5oN-5tbs

3D printing is not going to be that big in the short term. Metal 3D isn't even on the market. They can only print nylon. It's a long way away from contributing to the bottom line. Years.

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Post ID: @XLHx5oN-5jjv

"At HPI you are in Printers and PCs. Where do you go from there?"

Obviously you know nothing about HPI. How about Jet fusion? 3d metal printing? VR workstations? While HPE is still peddling dead hardware to a market that wants AWS and Azure.

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Post ID: @XLHx5oN-5ybj

coating before selling???

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Post ID: @XLHx5oN-3rpt

Lenovo.

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Post ID: @XLHx5oN-3ubf

At HPE you at least have relevant experience in a dynamic industry that you can leverage with a better, younger, higher growth company (that's what I did). At HPI you are in Printers and PCs. Where do you go from there?

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Post ID: @XLHx5oN-2wxh

I can't imagine it. Great, no. Bad, probably not. But they are in commodity businesses. It can go bad real quick.

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Post ID: @XLHx5oN-2xrn

Are things that bad now at HP Inc.?

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