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(HP) Hewlett-Packard designs, manufactures and services electronic products and systems for measurement, computation and communications. The company's products and services are used in industry, business, engineering, science, medicine and education in approximately 110 countries.

HP was founded in 1939 and employs 96600 people, 58900 in the USA. They have manufacturing and R&D establishments in 54 cities in 16 countries and approximately 600 sales and service offices in 110 countries. Their revenue (in 1992/1993?) was $20.3 billion. The Chief Executive Officer is Lewis E. Platt. HP's stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange and the Pacific, Tokyo, London, Frankfurt, Zurich and Paris exchanges.

Quarterly sales $6053M, profits $347M (Aug 1994).

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Dave brings an accomplished list of CEO and leadership positions to the Currensee team including his success at top-performing technology companies AppIQ, acquired by HP, Revit Technology, acquired by Autodesk, and Concentra Corporation, acquired by Oracle.
HP also purchased privately held AppIQ for $270 million.
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The SAN performance management solution co-developed by AppIQ and Engenio will give IT professionals real-time and historical information on both physical and logical SAN components.
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Hitachi Ltd has begun to fill out its relatively thin storage management software portfolio, basing it around a co-development and OEMing deal with SRM start-up AppIQ Inc.
In the area of storage resource management alone, companies such as AppIQ, Arkivio, InterSAN, Storability, TeraCloud and PowerQuest have emerged.
Prior to joining BMC, Stevenson served as the founding vice president of engineering for AppIQ - now HP, acquired in October 2005.
Prior to joining Bit9 Cahill worked with AppIQ (now part of HP) where he served as the VP of Business Development and Strategy and spearheaded AppIQ's go-to-market activities through the implementation of a successful OEM distribution strategy.
Net into CyberSource; the acquisition of JBoss by Red Hat; the acquisition of Sleepycat Software by Oracle; the acquisition of Brontes by 3M; the acquisition of AppIQ by Hewlett Packard; the acquisition of Relicore by Symantec, amongst many others.