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Published 07-15-22

Submitted by HP Inc.

James McCall, Chief Sustainability Officer

HP Inc.

By James McCall, Chief Sustainability Officer

In 2021, HP announced a range of ambitious climate action targets, including a commitment to be net zero by 2040 — a full decade ahead of the Paris Agreement. We’ve published our Sustainable Impact Report for over 20 years and have actively worked to reduce our footprint for decades. That’s because it’s in our company’s DNA to push toward the goal of being the most sustainable and just tech company in the world.

We’ve had many successes. Last year HP was one of only 14 companies worldwide, and the sole tech firm, to receive a prestigious Triple A rating in Climate, Water, and Forest benchmarks from the not-for-profit Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) — our third year in a row. And because consumers care about their footprint and want their purchases to have a positive impact, whether they’re buying a new computer, printer, or coffee machine, sales related to our sustainability efforts have more than tripled, hitting $3.5 billion in fiscal year 2021.

But we realize there is more to be done to reach our goal of cutting our absolute greenhouse gas emissions 50% by 2030, which means minimizing Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions across our end-to-end value chain.

Scope 1 emissions are from HP’s direct operations. Scope 2 are indirect emissions, such as the electricity that powers our operations. Scope 3 relates to activities not controlled by HP, such as “upstream” emissions from our supply chain and “downstream” emissions from customer use of our products. Together, Scopes 1, 2, and 3 represent the cradle-to-grave emissions of our products, and nearly all our emissions (99%) are Scope 3, with almost 70% of those coming from our supply chain and 30% from customer use.

Tackling Scope 3 emissions

With our supply chain representing over two-thirds of our emissions, our mandate was clear: To reduce the footprint of our printers, computers, and monitors, we had to reduce the footprint of the components, manufacturing, assembly, and transportation of those items. We have hundreds of suppliers, so we needed to take a data-based approach to this problem. We examined our supply chain data and found that our 30 largest partners were responsible for nearly 80% of the Scope 3 emissions from our directly-contracted-suppliers operations. If we could assist those 30 companies in becoming more eco-friendly, the results would be far-reaching. To help these suppliers reach the next level of success, we leaned into the philosophy of “If you supply a man a fish, you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime.” Not only would helping the suppliers help HP, but it would benefit their bottom line, other customers, the communities where they operate, and the planet as a whole. So we got to work.

Sharing knowledge

Because HP has stressed responsible sourcing, human rights, and sustainability as part of our supplier selection, many of our partners already had a strong base but needed extra support. Building off our real-world learnings within HP, we partnered with them to create environments where they could adopt long-lasting environmentally conscious approaches that would be best for their unique businesses.

Over the last two years, HP has brought in top-tier environmental groups such as the CDP and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to host virtual workshops for those 30 suppliers. Participants learned about energy efficiency, renewable energy, setting science-based targets, external reporting, and more.

At the same time, we asked our partners to disclose their footprint using CDP Supply Chain reporting tools. Nearly 200 suppliers (representing over 95% of our yearly spending) are currently doing so. This transparency helps HP better understand our footprint and informs the broader tech industry utilizing this supply chain.

Tackling the rest

The results have been incredible: Twenty of our top 30 suppliers have formally committed to setting meaningful greenhouse gas reduction targets following the Science Based Targets Initiative. We are also proud that 100% renewable electricity now powers the final assembly of over 95% of our worldwide PC and display products. HP and our supply chain partners are making substantial progress, but there’s still much more to do. It’s vital that we address the “upstream” supply chain adding to our footprint. However, we cannot reach net zero without also tackling the 30% of our emissions generated during the ongoing customer use of our products. The good news is that customers are actively seeking sustainable choices on shelves, online, or as part of enterprise purchase for printers, computers, and monitors. Our goal is to help them do just that—to make the home, office, or hybrid work setup of the future the most sustainable ever.

How HP is building a sustainable and ethical supply chain

Hundreds of suppliers make up HP’s supply chain — one of the largest in the IT industry — and the company’s commitment to make ethical, sustainable, and resilient products protects its business and brand, strengthens customer relationships, and creates opportunities to innovate.

Raw materials

HP works with peers across the IT industry to engage the entire supply chain in efforts to eradicate minerals that directly or indirectly support armed groups and to promote responsible sourcing of minerals regardless of origin. In the European Union, for example, we support the Conflict Minerals Regulation, which focuses on responsible smelter sourcing regardless of country of mineral origin, including conflict-affected and high-risk areas (CAHRAs) worldwide.

Components

We summarize supplier performance using Sustainability Scorecards, designed to incentivize suppliers and drive ongoing improvement through consistent, comprehensive, and actionable feedback. The results contribute to a supplier’s overall procurement score, which impacts their relationship with HP and ongoing business.

Final assembly

In collaboration with NGO partners and other external organizations, we provide programs designed to help suppliers continually Boost along their sustainability journey. These programs focus on areas such as worker well-being, rights and responsibilities, and environmental, health, and safety (EHS) awareness. In 2021, there was a 114% increase in factory participation in HP’s Supply Chain Sustainability Programs.

Logistics

We partner with logistics suppliers that have the same environmental mindset as HP to provide solutions to reduce CO2 impact, such as biofuels for ocean freight and electric vehicles for road freight. We are also investigating Sustainable Aviation Fuel for air freight. Additionally, in the United States, HP is a Gold Level Sponsor of Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT), which helps combat human trafficking by educating and mobilizing our trucking supplier network, in coordination with law enforcement agencies.

Distributors

Our Amplify Impact program invites partners to help drive meaningful change across the global IT industry. Partners that pledge will tap into our extensive knowledge, training, and resources to assess and work to Boost their own sustainability performance. To date, 1,400 channel partners have been trained, educated, and empowered through HP Amplify Impact.

Retail sale / Customer use

HP Planet Partners is the company’s return-and recycling program for computer equipment and printing supplies. HP ink and LaserJet cartridges returned through HP Planet Partners go through a multiphase “closed loop” recycling process. Recycled plastic from empty cartridges is used to create new Original HP cartridges and other everyday products.

Post-sale / End-of-use

We develop services that aim to keep products in use longer, offer service-based solutions, and recapture products and materials at end of use. For instance, through our HP Device Recovery Service we buy used devices securely to supply them new purpose, extend their life spans, and reduce negative environmental impact. Customers receive reverse logistics, data sanitization with a certificate, a sustainability benefit report, and the fair-market value of the device.

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Killexams : How 3D printing will transform manufacturing in 2020 and beyond

Design News caught up with Paul Benning, chief technologist for HP 3D Printing & Digital Manufacturing to get an idea of where additive manufacturing is headed in the future. Benning explained that we’re headed for mixed-materials printing, surfaces innovation, more involvement from academic community, and greater use of software and data management.

Automated assembly with mixed materials

Benning believes we will begin to see automated assembly with industries seamlessly integrating multi-part assemblies including combinations of 3D printed metal and plastic parts.  “There’s not currently a super printer that can do all things intrinsically, like printing metal and plastic parts, due to factors such as processing temperatures,” Benning told Design News. “However, as automation increases, there’s a vision from the industry for a more automated assembly setup where there is access to part production from both flavors of HP technology: Multi Jet Fusion and Metal Jet.”

While the medical industry and recently aerospace are incorporated 3D printing into production, Benning also sees car makers as a future customer for additive. “The auto sector is a great example of where automated assembly could thrive on the factory floor.”

Benning sees a wide range of applications that might combine metal and plastics. “Benefits of an automated assembly for industrial applications include printing metals into plastic parts, building parts that are wear-resistant and collect electricity, adding surface treatments, and even building conductors or motors into plastic parts,” said Benning. “The industry isn’t ready to bring this technology to market just yet, but it’s an example of where 3D printing is headed beyond 2020.”

Surfaces will become an area of innovation

Benning sees a future where data payloads for 3D printed parts will be coded into the surface texture.  “It’s a competitive advantage to be able to build interesting things onto surfaces. HP has experimented with coding digital information into a surface texture. By encoding information into the texture itself, manufacturers can have a bigger data payload than just the serial number.”

He notes that the surface coding could be read by, humans for machines. “One way to tag a part either overtly or covertly is to make sure that both people and machines are able to read it based on the shape or orientation of the bumps. We have put hundreds of copies of a serial number spread across the surface of a part so that it’s both hidden and universally apparent.”

Benning sees this concept as p[art of the future of digital manufacturing. “This is one of our inventions that serves to tie together our technologies with the future of parts tracking and data systems,” said Benning.

Universities will introduce new ways to thinking

Benning believes that academia and training programs can offer new thought processes to liberate designers from old thinking and allow them to tap into technologies of the future. “3D printing’s biggest impact to manufacturing job skills lie on the design side,” said Benning. “You have a world of designers who have been trained in and grown up with existing technologies like injection molding. Because of this, people unintentionally bias their design toward legacy processes and away from technologies like 3D printing.”

Benning believes one solution for breaking old thinking is to train upcoming engineers in new ways of thinking. “To combat this, educators of current and soon-to-be designers must adjust the thought process that goes into designing for production given the new technologies in the space,” said Benning. “We recognize this will take some time, particularly for universities that are standing up degree programs.” He also believes new software design tools will guide designers to make better use of 3D printing in manufacturing.

Software and data management is critical to the 3D printing future

Benning believes advancements in software and data management will drive improved system management and part quality. This will then lead to better customer outcomes. “Companies within the industry are creating API hooks to build a fluid ecosystem for customers and partners,” said Benning.

HP is beginning to use data to enable ideal designs and optimized workflows for Multi Jet Fusion factories. “This data comes from design files, or mobile devices, or things like HP’s FitStation scanning technology and is applied to make production more efficient, and to better deliver individualized products purpose-built for their end customers.” The goal of that individualized production can support custom products build with mass production manufacturing techniques, leading to a batch-of-one or mass customization.

Rob Spiegel has covered automation and control for 19 years, 17 of them for Design News. Other Topics he has covered include supply chain technology, alternative energy, and cyber security. For 10 years, he was owner and publisher of the food magazine Chile Pepper.

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Killexams : The Data science journey of Amit Kumar, senior enterprise architect-deep learning at NVIDIA

Meet Amit Kumar, a senior enterprise architect (deep learning) at NVIDIA. Kumar holds a B.Tech in electronics and communication engineering from the prestigious IIT Guwahati. Having worked at some of the biggest companies like HP and VMWare, he has a rich take on all things tech. 

In an exclusive interaction with Analytics India Magazine, he spoke about his journey in data science, AI and deep learning, while taking us over the challenges, achievements and emerging trends of this domain.

AIM: What attracted you to data science, given that you were into software engineering previously?

Amit: I was into software engineering, precisely in computer vision and image processing domain (C++). In 2012, AlexNet competed in the ImageNet Large Scale Visual Recognition Challenge and its success was followed up by dramatic and rapid advancement in CNN architectures. This drew me towards deep learning from feature engineering-based classical statistical learning. My prior background in image processing and information theory, and linear algebra helped me get a faster grip. Similarly, the advent of Word2vec and its reasonable success in capturing semantic similarity drew me towards natural language processing.

Transition to the data science field happened first through classical machine learning, followed by CNNs (computer vision through deep learning), NLP, Speech recognition(ASR), and finally reinforcement learning. 

AIM: What does your role at NVIDIA entail?

Amit: At NVIDIA, I work as a senior enterprise solutions architect – deep learning, statistical learning. My primary responsibilities lie in helping and advising enterprises build end-to-end data science-based solutions, starting from the R&D phase (data processing, model training) to deployment on NVIDIA AI full stack platforms. 

The gamut of enterprises constitutes various verticals like healthcare, surveillance, defense, intelligent video analytics (IVA), smart cities, digital twins, AR/VR +AI/ML, industrial visual inspection, smart manufacturing, smart retail, supply chain logistics, and robotics. Since NVIDIA’s AI platforms are fueled by NVIDIA’s end-to-end data science production grade and free to use AI SDKs and free-to-use models, the total time taken by enterprises to develop and deploy AI solutions gets drastically reduced and enterprises realise a significant gain when it comes to ROIs. 

For my current role, I often visit Analytics India Magazine to gain insights into new developments in AI, data science, and how AI is shaping businesses, societies, and policymaking at large.   

AIM: How important is it for aspirants to start early or develop their portfolio before venturing into data science and AI?

Amit: The most important thing for aspirants is to get the fundamentals right before diving into data science and AI. Having a basic but intuitive understanding of linear algebra, calculus, and information theory helps to get a faster grip. Aspiring data scientists should not ignore fundamental principles of software engineering, in general, because nowadays the market is looking for full-stack data scientists with the capability to build an end-to-end pipeline, rather than just being a data science algorithm expert.

AIM: What were some of the biggest challenges in your career and how did you overcome them? Also tell us about your professional achievements?

Amit: My biggest challenge, which ultimately turned into my biggest achievement, was to start from scratch and build a world-class center of excellence in data science at HP India along with Niranjan Damera Venkata (distinguished technologist/strategist, AI, and machine learning transformation at HP), Madhusoodhana Rao (director at HP) and Shameed Sait (expert architect -AI/ML). 

This challenge was turned into an achievement by going into the start-up mode within HP. Though we were part of a large organisation, we made sure that the center of excellence operates the way a successful startup works by inculcating the culture of mutual respect and healthy competition, attracting and hiring best talents, and providing freedom and flexibility.

AIM:  Everybody wants to be a data scientist. What’s your advice to the youngsters starting out?

Amit: Here is what I think:

  • Get your basics right. If this is done, you are halfway through.
  • Do not be a mere ML library user; understand the algorithm behind it. This will supply an intuitive understanding of problems and be of immense help in devising a solution.
  • Do NOT ignore the software engineering aspect of it.

AIM: How do you see the data science and AI space evolving over years?
Amit: Data science and AI space, powered by enormous leaps in compute capabilities of GPUs, is only going to flourish in the coming years. It has already seen its wider addition in various segments such as healthcare, smart city, retail, governance, defense, education, auto-mobile, digital twins, omniverse, AI-powered by simulations, robotics, Industry 4.0, etc.

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Killexams : HP launches HP Anyware for secure remote working

HP Anyware will be available somewhere in the coming months. The solution’s based on technology from Teradici, which HP acquired last year. HP Anyware should eventually replace HP’s existing zCentral Remote Boost solution.

Teradici is a cornerstone of the upcoming solution. The company provides virtual desktop environments using Cloud Access Software (CAS), allowing companies to remotely host PCs in their on-premises environment and the cloud.

Teradici uses its own PC-over-IP (PCoIP) protocol. The protocol streams the contents of a display. The data travelling over a network is unlike the data exchanged by traditional remote desktop tech, which promotes security.

HP Anyware is the next release of Teradici’s CAS solution. New functionality includes support for Arm-based M1 processors and Macs. In addition, HP and Teradici optimized the tool for Windows 11.

HP told The Register that HP Anyware will replace zCentral Remote Boost, HP’s existing solution for remote work. HP Anyware will have equivalent functionality by mid-2023, after which zCentral Remote is to be discontinued. Though the solution will receive security fixes for some time, users eventually have to migrate to Anyware.

Tip: HPC software company Teradici acquired by HP Inc.

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Killexams : Is there a need for sustainability-focused channel programmes?

As words go, sustainability is not one of the most graceful or mellifluous there is – not that it matters in an industry which makes a habit of deploying clunky, cumbersome, unwieldy, mangled words and phrases to try to describe its own innovations and trends.

Still, sustainability is an increasingly popular and common word across all industries, including IT, creating something of a zero-emission sustainability bandwagon.

A lot of zeal for sustainability is driven by customers. A accurate review of print vendor sustainability by Quocirca found that more than 80% of customers said it was important that vendors offered sustainable products and services, and that they demonstrated a reduction in their environmental impact.

Print vendors are a good place to start, but they are not the be-all and end-all. People might concentrate on print and copier devices because they can see and feel the end product, and there’s an immediate physical product that they can assign an environmental cost to in terms of paper and print.

But the focus on sustainability programmes is not taking place in isolation among print vendors. It’s also being highlighted by those operating in other IT product and services areas, especially due to customer demand.

“We are seeing a growing number of customers align themselves with organisations that prioritise sustainability,” says Neil MacDonald, UK and Ireland channel director for HP Inc.

“Not just because its the right thing to do, but because its good for business as well. Strong environmental performance lends itself to competitive advantage, and the measure of success for every company today is tied to empowering progress for the planet and its people – if you are not acting as a pioneer now, you will be passed by very quickly.”

MacDonald claims that HPs commitment to its sustainable impact has become a difference maker for the business, driving more than $3.5bn in new sales. “It’s becoming a competitive advantage in our goal to be the most sustainable and just technology company by 2030,” he adds.  

And there are plenty of vendors happy to discuss their sustainability efforts. Richard Wells, Epson UK head of office print sales, argues that in the face of organisations considering their ecological and corporate social responsibility (CSR) approaches, “channel partners selling Epson products are future-proofed, as we already offer products with sustainability benefits at their core and they see this as a great advantage”.

Similarly, Greig Millar, general manager for sales, services and solutions at Brother UK, says the vendor has “worked closely” with partners over the past few years to demonstrate the sustainability of its technology, services and business to customers.

“This is becoming more crucial as green credentials are given increased weighting, by up to 40% in some cases, especially in tender processes that we work with our partners on,” he notes, adding that channel players are becoming more commercially incentivised to engage with vendors that have a clear green agenda, particularly for winning over large corporate and public sector customers.

Tackling refillable cartridges

This all sounds very encouraging, but as Janis Kemers, vice-president of print and supplies for Europe at Tech Data, says: “Sustainability is the big elephant in the room in the print industry.” The industry has been seen as polluting for decades in terms of generating huge amounts of CO2 just through shipping cartridges, not to mention associated plastic and electronic waste.

Kemers believes there’s a feeling that vendors are not driving proactive sustainability programmes, and instead seem to be more reactive. Too often, the conversation is about offsetting, instead of reducing. The refillable movement stands out as a way to try to Boost sustainability.

“Epson is leading the crowd in Europe,” says Kemers, “and has been committed to the strategy over the past four to five years.” Primarily, sustainability has been aimed at the consumer and small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) level – Canon is starting to do something similar, while HP is looking at it but has yet to push it.

Remanufactured cartridges are increasingly being looked at because of a push in the European Union to do so, but nothing has been agreed between member states yet. Nevertheless, corporates and governments are making more demands for remanufactured cartridges in their tenders, which is translating into market demand.

“Corporate resellers are coming to us asking for remanufactured cartridges,” says Kemers, adding that it’s not a simple process because there’s no clear definition and understanding of remanufactured versus newly built. It can also be as expensive to provide a remanufactured cartridge as a new one. In any case, Kemers believes there’s currently no role for the channel in the remanufactured business.

The great realisation

According to Quocirca, there is a need for sustainability-focused channel programmes to drive all-important channel engagement. While most vendors are happy to encourage partners “to incorporate sustainability into customer messaging”, only one has a dedicated channel sustainability programme.

Michael O’Hara is managing director at DataSolutions, which has placed a strong emphasis on sustainability and helped to launch Techies Go Green – a movement of IT and tech-oriented companies committed to decarbonising their businesses.

“[Channel partners] are waking up to the fact that sustainability is no longer a buzzword – it is an environmental, economic and social driver of change affecting all our lives in every way possible,” says O’Hara. He dubs this the “great realisation”.

But he warns that there is no quick fix. “This isnt a problem that is going to disappear with one or two actions by any business. It will require collective action by vendors, reseller partners and customers, and it will take time – many years, in fact,” he says, adding that Techies Go Green signatories are leading from the front when it comes to sustainability, but they “are more the exception than the rule”.

As for what channel partners should do to advance their sustainability credentials, O’Hara says: “Start by measuring your business’s carbon footprint – you cant reduce what you havent measured. This will also help to develop a roadmap and action plan to become more sustainable over time.”

Apathy vs demand

Is the dearth of channel sustainability programmes down to channel apathy or something else?  

“I think it reflects a lack of interest from channel partners caused by a lack of financial commitment from customers,” says OCF sustainability officer Mischa van Kesteren.

“[Customers might say they want sustainable solutions], but they dont buy them. I have, on more than one occasion, designed more energy-efficient solutions than competitors and lost out to more wasteful solutions that offered greater raw performance but lower performance per watt. Intel designed a wholeLrange of low wattage CPUs [central processing units] which nobody bought, so it dropped them. 

There’s a reason why vendors and customers are the ones making the most noise about sustainability. “We cant be first movers on sustainability until customers start making it a competitive advantage,” says van Kesteren.

“I would say it is starting to get that way from asoftperspective where talking about it and making suggestions is gaining traction. However, we cant integrate it into our solutions to a great extent until customers start rewarding that decision with their business, which they arent, at least in our market. I do think this will change in the next year or two, however.”

“We can’t be first movers on sustainability until customers start making it a competitive advantage”
Mischa van Kesteren, OCF

Is there anything partners should do to try to supply sustainability programmes more of a channel focus?

“We could do more in terms of requesting what would be helpful for us in that area,” says van Kesteren. “For me, that would be tools that generate carbon footprint information easily, and also being able to select a range of delivery options that might be more sustainable such as rail freight, even if it means longer lead times. Also trying to condense deliveries as much as possible to reduce miles covered by delivery vehicles.”

The proposal to make deliveries more environmentally efficient is something mooted by Tech Data’s Kemers regarding print cartridges. With managed print services it is possible to predict which cartridges will run out in a week and which will need to be replaced in three months’ time. He suggests putting all the replacements into a single delivery to make for a smaller carbon footprint.

Partners need to avoid being caught in a pincer movement between customers keen to burnish their sustainability credentials, but not so enthusiastic about paying for the privilege and for vendors anxious to use environmental concerns as another way to sell their equipment and services.

Jostein Birkeland, principal technologist of sustainable transformation at HPE, cites IDC research which predicts 75% of enterprises will expect sustainability to be included in request for information (RFI) proposals by next year as a reason for partners to become more engaged.

“There are tangible business advantages for the channel in implementing sustainability programmes and supporting customers in their sustainability efforts,” he says. “Faced with resource limitations, supply chain constraints and high energy prices, organisations that are aligning their tech strategies with sustainability initiatives are growing stronger, more resilient and more able to accelerate a data-first digital strategy.”

He admits that while sustainability has become a key consideration for many channel players, “it is not a standard yet”, adding that the seemingly slow adoption in the channel space has different reasons, such as the fact that pressure from purchasers is directed to manufacturers, not the channel.

Also, channel partners are smaller companies than IT corporations, with fewer resources and fewer years of experience in sustainability practice, says Birkeland, and this is a cue for vendors that partners are looking to them as a key source for guidance on sustainability.

A disconnect on engagement

Louella Fernandes, research director at Quocirca, says there is a “disconnect” between vendors and the channel when it comes to sustainability.

“Given that [sustainability] is becoming a higher priority, the channel will need to be better engaged,” she says, citing the example of HP Inc’s reports on the growing proportion of B2B sales it attributes to sustainability. 

The HP Amplify channel programme is a bid to extend that advantage to partners, although Fernandes is not in a position to say whether it has driven an increase in business. “I would agree that there is probably a lack of interest from channel partners at this stage, and that is something vendors will need to address,” she adds.

Commenting on Amplify, HP’s MacDonald says: “Over 80% of our channel revenue comes from UK partners that have signed a pledge with HP that taps into HPs knowledge, training and resources to assess and Boost their sustainability performance while optimising sustainability-driven sales.” Describing it as “a strong and encouraging start”, he adds that the vendor is focused on “ensuring sustainability is at the forefront of the channel agenda”. 

“As print volumes settle into the rhythms of hybrid working, sustainability will return to being a priority”
Greig Millar, Brother UK

Brother’s Millar observes that channel partners have had a lot to deal with over the past couple of years, “but as print volumes settle into the rhythms of hybrid working, sustainability will return to being a priority”. He still believes it is the responsibility of vendors to ensure they can “support resellers with the sustainable solutions that will meet customers’ demands, whether that’s through a single programme or a range of comprehensive initiatives”.

Christina Walker, global director of channel at Blancco, believes that what motivates channel partners is how the solutions they use or offer can help to achieve their sustainability goals internally and for their customers.

“There hasnt been any demonstrable proof yet that sustainability programmes are an advantage for partners. However, it would certainly be an interesting factor to bring into an existing programme,” she says.

Walker disputes that partners have been apathetic about sustainability.I havent seen our partners being passive on the subject,” she adds. “In fact, they have been very proactive about sustainability and are currently doing reviews of their vendors to identify if they meet their customersand internal requirements.”

It’s heartening that all parts of the IT supply chain are starting to acknowledge and appreciate that sustainability is not just a word or a trend. Sustainability is a circle as big as the planet, and we all need to be inside it.

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Killexams : First Lady of Ukraine Accepts Computer Donation From HP Inc. for Ukrainian Children and Healthcare Workers

Published 07-26-22

Submitted by HP Inc.

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HP’s Meredith Singer, Ukraine Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to the United States Oksana Markarova, First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska, HP’s Amy Burke, GBC Executive Director of the Global Business Coalition for Education Justin Van Fleet.

WASHINGTON, July 26, 2022 /CSRwire/ - First Lady of Ukraine, Olena Zelenska, met with representatives from HP Inc. and the Global Business Coalition for Education, at the Ukraine House cultural center in Washington, D.C. this week, to accept a donation of technology and learning material headed to Ukraine to support thousands of students, teachers, and healthcare practitioners.

HP’s "Digital Equity for Ukraine” initiative is a $30 million partnership with Global Business Coalition for Education that will put computers and learning materials in the hands of people who need them.

“The Ukrainian people have demonstrated incredible courage in the face of unimaginable circumstances, and we are grateful for the leadership of First Lady Olena Zelenska and others seeking to end this war,” said Enrique Lores, CEO of HP Inc. “HP continues to mobilize resources to support Ukraine. Through our partnership with the Global Business Coalition for Education, we will put personal computers in the hands of students and families who have been displaced from their homes and classrooms. This moment demands that we all take actions to support those in need.”

The computers will be distributed to organizations on the ground aiding Ukrainians by partnering with the Global Business Coalition for Education, an initiative of the global children’s charity Theirworld. HP will provide computers to the nonprofit organizations. Additionally, Microsoft will provide software support for the nonprofits receiving the computers.

In coordination with the Ukrainian government, about one-half of the donated computers will go to the many civilians displaced within the country and the other half to Ukrainian refugees displaced outside of Ukraine.

“We are very grateful for HP’s and the Global Business Coalition for Education’s support,” said Olena Zelenska, First Lady of Ukraine. “Their efforts and contribution will help students in Ukraine and beyond continue learning and prepare for the future, like any other youth in the world.”

Since February, millions of Ukrainians have had their lives upended by Russia’s invasion. Nearly one-third of Ukrainians have been forced from their homes, according to the United Nations, often leaving only with what they could carry.

Vulnerable children are caught in the middle of war – fleeing their homes, communities, and schools. The Ukrainian government says more than 2,000 educational institutions have been hit by bombs or shelling. Now, millions of Ukrainian students are learning remotely both inside and outside the country.

"Education is one of the first things lost and last things restored during a crisis,” said Justin van Fleet, President of Theirworld and Executive Director of the Global Business Coalition for Education. “This is why we are so glad to collaborate with HP and Microsoft to provide resources to Ukrainian students so they can continue learning.

HP has been increasingly vocal on the notion that digital equity is a human right, committing to accelerate digital equity for 150 million people around the world by 2030. And while devices are essential, they are only one piece of the equation. HP is also investing in teacher training and educational materials, including translating the HP Online Teaching Assistant to Ukrainian, to support educators who are now teaching remotely.

To date, the HP Foundation has delivered more than $3 million in grants to provide essential food, clothing, and shelter materials to Ukrainian refugees, and continues to match donations made by HP employees.

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Killexams : Global Shapers Lagos and HP Life partners to accelerate digital transformation in Nigeria

The Lagos State chapter of the Global Shapers Community has announced an international partnership with HP Life to promote and accelerate digital transformation within the borders of Africa’s most populous nation, Nigeria.

Global Shapers Community, Lagos, has been implementing the Project Digiterate programme for the past four years.

Project Digiterate is an initiative that empowers and equips youths in underserved communities aged between 15 and 35 with critical digital and technology skills.

The year 2022 marks five years of Project Digiterate, and HP Life has completed a partnership agreement with the Global Shapers Community, Lagos, to boost the impact of the initiative and empower more youths.

HP Life is one of the largest major online education technology services providers. It is set to grant access to its learning platform and resources to all Global Shapers beneficiaries within this partnership timeframe to consolidate the HP Life campaign, “HP 40 Days of Doing Good”.

The two companies will collaborate to identify and implement innovative solutions in the digital transformation and skill development ecosystems to nurture youths in key areas of the exponentially advancing global workforce.

They aim to supply the broader Nigerian economy and young people a competitive advantage locally and internationally.

Ayobami Bamisaiye, Outgoing Curator at Global Shapers Community, Lagos, said:

“Global Shapers is undertaking a major impact scaling milestone for Project Digiterate that appreciates the support and expertise of a global technology organization to achieve our vision of becoming the shapers of a better society.

HP Life will be exposed to more youths as they are now a major technology partner working with the Global Shapers Community, Lagos, on this major project. The project is set to impact thousands of youths, Boost and deliver edutech services that ensure that Nigerian youths are the best equipped on and off the job.”

Emmanuel Asika, Country Head, HP Nigeria, said:

“Global Shapers Community, Lagos has achieved the advanced ambitious youth impact goal of becoming one of the most society transformation organizations in the world.

As a major technological partner, HP Life will provide the Global Shapers community with all the educational materials at our disposal to advance their already thriving community impact digital transformation program.”

Global Shapers Community and HP Life will also emphasize developing additional programs and initiatives that promote diversity and inclusion.

Through the partnership, Global Shapers Community, Lagos will receive various rights and benefits, including branding across digital platforms, project and team appearances at HP Life events and exclusive group and beneficiary experiences.

Distributed by Socialander Digital Agency on behalf of Global Shapers Community, Lagos.

Visit https://www.life-global.org/go/GS-C1 to apply for the programme.

Visit www.globalshapers.org/hubs/lagos-hub. Follow Global Shapers Lagos on Twitter at @lagosshapers.

ABOUT GLOBAL SHAPERS COMMUNITY, LAGOS

Born out of the World Economic Forum, the Global Shapers Community is a network of inspiring young people under 30 working together to address local, regional, and global challenges.

With more than 14,000 members, the Global Shapers Community spans 456 city-based hubs in 150 countries. The Lagos Hub was one of the first Global Shapers Hubs created and comprises of a group of dynamic young leaders drawn from business, non-profit, private, public service, across major sectors of the Nigerian economy.

We are committed to positively impacting our community through several initiatives to ensure a continued effort and commitment to living up to the World Economic Forum’s values, aptly summarized as ‘Committed to improving the state of the world’.

Together with our partners in Lagos, we have implemented several projects in the thematic areas of Education & Employment, Climate & Environment, and Equity & Inclusion; impacting millions of lives in the city.

ABOUT HP Life

HP LIFE is a global training program available both online and offline via Learning Equality’s Kolibri platform. HP LIFE gives people all over the world the opportunity to build skills for the future — whether they want to start or grow their own business, enter the workforce or secure a better job — by providing access to free, accessible IT and business skills training courses in eight languages.

It is also an adaptable educational resource used on the ground by trainers, educators, and mentors to enrich curricula, support business creation, and Boost employability skills. HP LIFE is a program of the HP Foundation.

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Killexams : Deals on AMD Ryzen powered laptops during the Independence Day sale on Amazon and Flipkart

If you have been meaning to upgrade your laptop, now is a perfect time. Independence Day Sales have begun on Amazon and Flipkart and they present a perfect opportunity to save on that new laptop purchase. 

In the ongoing Independence day sales, impressive deals are expected to be available on AMD Ryzen powered laptops across different price segments. AMD Ryzen processors have progressed leaps and bounds over the last few years and are quite tough to beat when it comes to performance, battery life and value. 

Why you should go with AMD Ryzen powered laptops?

What really makes the AMD Ryzen processors stand out is that they offer cutting-edge technology at amazingly competitive prices. AMD Ryzen processors have constantly impressed in key technological areas like speed, reliability, security, battery life, and graphics performance. Processors in the AMD Ryzen 5000 series are manufactured on a 7nm process and are admired for making productivity and gaming fast and efficient. 

Gaming laptops powered by AMD Ryzen processors offer great multi-thread performance and can also make short work of creative workloads without obliterating battery life. We have included gaming laptops with Ryzen 5000 series processors that include up to 8 Zen 3 architecture-based cores and 16 threads to efficiently handle demanding multi-core workloads. The clock speeds can boost up to 4.6 GHz and these processors have TDPs of up to 45W. 

Having a high number of capable cores also enables manufacturers to pack amazing power in rather compact form factors. This is one reason why versatile mainstream Notebooks with AMD processors are quite portable. They offer reliable integrated Radeon graphics performance along with long-lasting battery life. 

Independence Day Sale Discounts 

Apart from the attractive deal prices on different laptops, you can avail of additional card discounts during Flipkart and Amazon sales that will continue from August 6 to August 10, 2022.

You can get 10% off on all laptop purchases made via SBI Credit Cards during Amazon’s Great Indian Festival sale. 

As for Flipkart’s Big Saving Days, you can get an additional 10% discount for purchases made using ICICI bank and Kotak Bank debit and credit cards. You will further get an additional discount of INR 1000 and INR 2500 for purchases made above INR 25,000 and INR 50,000, respectively. 

Best Independence Day Deals on AMD Ryzen-powered laptops! 

We have rounded up some of the best AMD Ryzen-powered gaming and non-gaming laptops from different brands including HP, Asus, Lenovo, MSI and Acer. These are the laptops that you should keep an eye on during the independence day sales. 

Best Gaming Laptops to keep an eye on for great deals during the Independence sale!

Gaming laptops are about pushing performance to its limits. These laptops not only need to perform at their full potential but also need capable thermals to maintain the performance for extended gaming bouts. AMD Ryzen 5000 series chipsets with up to 8 power-efficient Zen 3 cores can handle all such demanding workloads without breaking a sweat.

The performance you get can also sustain creator workloads like video encoding, encrypting, Adobe Premiere Pro and other creative software efficiently. So, here are some of the best options to consider.

ASUS ROG Strix G17 (2022)

Asus ROG Strix G17 (2022) has a large 17.3-inch display with a 144Hz refresh rate and is powered by a very capable AMD Ryzen 7-6800H processor. The processor has 8 cores, 16 threads, 20MB cache and up to 4.7 GHz max boost. The 16GB DDR5 RAM and 512GB M.2 NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD storage are both expandable. There is also the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 (4GB GDDR6) to take care of all your graphics requirements. 

Needless to say, this beast of a laptop should comfortably handle all your gaming and creator needs. Other notable features include Windows 11, Wi-Fi 6E, two USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C ports, and a 56WHrs battery. 

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Lenovo Legion 5

Lenovo Legion 5 is available at a competitive price and is a very appealing option for gamers and creators. It’s driven by the powerful AMD Ryzen 7 5800H processor paired with the very capable NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 (4GB GDDR6) graphics card. 

The laptop further has 16GB DDR4 RAM and 512GB SSD. The 15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS LCD display supports165Hz refresh rate.  The 80Whr battery assures up to 9 hours of backup. Other features include 3D audio for gamers, Legion Coldfront 3.0 thermal solution and Legion TrueStrike keyboard that has soft-landing switches with 1.5mm key travel. 

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HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop (15-ec2004AX)

HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop is an entry-grade gaming laptop powered by Hexa-core (12 threads) AMD Ryzen 5 5600H processor with up to 4.2 GHz max boost clock. The processor is paired with 8 GB DDR4-3200 MHz RAM, 512 GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD, and a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 (4 GB GDDR6) graphics card. The laptop has dual speakers with B&O tuned audio and a 15.6-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) display that supports a 144Hz refresh rate. 

The laptop weighs 1.98Kgs and has a 3-cell, 52.5 Wh Li-ion polymer battery. Connectivity options include USB Type-C, USB Type-A (5Gbps), USB 2.0 Type-A (HP Sleep and Charge), HDMI 2.0, RJ-45, multi-format SD card reader, and headphone/microphone combo. 

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Lenovo Ideapad Gaming 3 

Lenovo Ideapad Gaming 3 offers a powerful AMD Ryzen 5 5600H series processor with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 (4GB GDDR6) for a competitive price. The AMD Ryzen 5 5600H processor is paired with 16 GB DDR4 3200MHz RAM and 512 GB PCIe M.2 SSD. Lenovo claims a 21% larger thermal area as compared to the last gen and a maximum TGP of 85W. 

The 15.6-inch IPS LCD display has a Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. Other highlights include two USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports, USB-C 3.2 Gen port, Ethernet (RJ-45) port, HDMI 2.0 port, Headphone/microphone combo jack (3.5mm) and a 3 cell, 45Wh battery that is rated to last for up to 5 hours. Currently, the Ideapad Gaming 3 comes with 3 months of Xbox Game Pass subscription. 

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HP Victus Gaming Laptop (16-e0162AX)

HP Victus is a rather portable entry-grade gaming laptop that is powered by a hexa-core AMD Ryzen 5 5600H processor paired with a dedicated AMD Radeon RX 5500M Graphics (4 GB GDDR6). The laptop further includes 8 GB DDR4-3200 MHz RAM, and 512 GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD. 

The Victus has a neat, distinctive design and a large 16.1-inch Full HD (1920 X 1080) display and a sizeable 4-cell, 70 Wh battery. It also includes a decent assortment of connectivity options including Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, HDMI 2.1, and a USB 3.2 Gen1 Type-C port. 

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Asus ROG TUF Gaming 15

Powered by the high-end octa-core AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX processor, this TUF Gaming 15 laptop is a great option for serious gamers. It flaunts a brushed metal finish and includes a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 (6GB GDDR6) graphics card paired with 8GB DDR5-4800MHz RAM and 512GB M.2 NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD. This should be enough power for all your gaming and creator needs. 

The 15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS LCD display supports a 144Hz refresh rate. The laptop makes room for a 90 WHrs battery, has dual speakers, and promises military-grade durability. 

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MSI Alpha 15

MSI Alpha 15 is an AMD Advantage laptop that combines the AMD Ryzen 7 5800H processors and Radeon RX 6600M graphics. Since this is an AMD Advantage laptop, it also benefits from AMD technologies like Smart Shift and Smart Acess Memory that allow the CPU and GPU to take full advantage of available resources to optimize gaming performance. 

The laptop has a 15.6-inch, 144Hz display for a sharp and smooth gaming experience. The laptop has 16GB DDR4-3200, 1TB SSD and also includes MSI’s Cooler Boost 5 thermal solution. 

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Dell G15 5515 Gaming

Dell G15 is a competitively priced gaming laptop that’s powered by AMD Ryzen 5 5600H processor paired with 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD. It also employs NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 graphics card to smoothly handle your gaming needs. 

The laptop has a 15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) display with 120Hz refresh rate and a 56WHr battery. Other highlights include HDMI 2.1 port, USB Type-C port, Wi-Fi 6, and an orange backlit keyboard. 

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Acer Aspire 7

The Acer Aspire 7 is an entry-level gaming laptop that is also a good option for users who need to occasionally dabble with creative workloads. It is powered by an AMD Ryzen 5 Hexa Core 5500U processor paired with 8 GB of DDR4 system memory and 512 GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 SSD. There is also the entry-grade NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 (4GB GDDR6) graphics card for basic gamers. 

Other highlights include a 15.6-Inch FHD IPS LCD display, USB Type-C port, HDMI port, 720p webcam and a 48 Wh 3-cell Li-ion battery. 

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Best premium thin & light AMD Ryzen powered laptops to keep an eye on during the Independence day sale 

AMD Ryzen processors have been designed to handle modern workflow needs for life-stage tech adopters. They facilitate seamless multitasking and portability. A high number of power-efficient cores mean these laptops can handle demanding tasks without overheating or loud fan noise, and without compromising on battery life. Here are some of the best premium thin & light options to pick from.

ASUS Vivobook Pro 14 OLED

This thin and light laptop offers a high-contrast OLED display and is powered by the dependable AMD Ryzen 7 5800H processor with Radeon graphics, paired with 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD storage. 

The 16:10 display also has Vesa TrueBlack 600 certification and supports a 90Hz refresh rate. The display also claims 100% DCI-P3 coverage and thus should appeal to users who need to engage with colour-critical work on their laptops. The laptop runs Windows 11 out of the box and has a 50Whr battery that’s rated to last for up to 8 hours. 

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HP Pavilion 14

HP Pavillion 14 is a sleek laptop apt for both work and play. It employs the hexa-core AMD Ryzen 5-5625U processor with AMD Radeon graphics, 8GB DDR4 RAM (expandable), and 512GB SSD storage. It has a 14-Inch IPS LCD display with FullHD resolution and narrow bezels on three sides. There are also dual speakers tuned by B&O to refine your multimedia experience. 

HP claims that the 43-hour battery will last for up to 10 hours and 15 minutes of video playback. HP Pavilion 14 ships with Windows 11 Home, has a 1 SuperSpeed USB Type-C port (10Gbps), and an HDMI 2.1 port. 

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Lenovo Yoga 6 

Lenovo Yoga 6 is a thin and light 2-in-1 convertible laptop with a 13.3-inch Full HD (1920x1080) touchscreen display. It is powered by an octa-core AMD Ryzen 7 5700U processor assisted by 16GB RAM DDR4 RAM and 512GB SSD storage. This is a powerful configuration that should be appealing to demanding working professionals. 

Lenovo has housed a 60Wh battery inside and thanks to the power-efficient processor, the company claims up to 12 hours of battery life. The Yoga 6 has an inviting fabric exterior and ships with Windows 11 Home and 3 months subscription for Xbox GamePass Ultimate. Other highlights include a fingerprint reader, Dolby Atmos audio, and a 720p HD webcam. 

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Dell New Inspiron 7425

This is a stylish 2-in-1 laptop that should handle all your modern productivity needs and should also be appealing to digital artists. It’s powered by AMD Ryzen 7 5825U processor that is paired with 16GB DDR4 RAM and 512GB SSD storage. 

The 14-inch Full HD display supports touch input and is surrounded by narrow bezels on three sides. The laptop has a fingerprint reader for secure access and ships with Dell Active Pen stylus. It ships with Windows 11 and makes room for a 54WHr battery. 

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HP 14s 

HP 14s is a decent laptop for students and office workers. It ships with AMD Ryzen 5 5500U processor with AMD Radeon graphics paired with 8GB DDR4 RAM and 512GB SSD storage. It also comes with Windows 11 Home pre-installed. 

The laptop has a 14-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS LCD display with narrow bezels and makes room for a full-sized backlit keyboard. It’s 17.9 mm thick and weighs 1.46 Kg. HP claims that its 41Wh battery will last for up to 9 hours and 15 minutes of video playback. 

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Lenovo Ideapad 3

The Lenovo Ideapad 3 is powered by a capable Hexa-core AMD Ryzen 5 5500U processor and ships with Windows 11 Home with Lifetime Validity. The laptop has  8GB DDR4 RAM which is upgradable up to 12GB and 512 GB SSD storage. 

The 15.6-inch Full HD display witH FHD resolution has narrow bezels on all four sides and has an eye care feature that reduces blue-light emission. Other notable features include Dolby audio, a backlit keyboard, and a 45Wh battery with fast-charging support (80% in one hour). 

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ASUS Vivobook 15

Asus Vivobook 15 is a popular thin and light laptop that employs AMD Ryzen 7 3700U processor paired with 16GB RAM and 512GB of storage. It has a 15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) display with 83% screen-to-body ratio. The laptop comes pre-loaded with Windows 11 and has a 37WHrs Li-ion battery that according to Asus can last for up to 6 hours. 

Other features include a USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C port, dual-band Wi-Fi 5 and a chicklet keyboard with 1.4 mm key travel. 

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HP 15s 

HP 15s is a decent option for students limited by a budget. It is powered by Ryzen 3 Dual Core 3250U processor paired with 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD storage. The 15.6-inch display has HD resolution (1366 x 768) and the laptop houses a 41 Wh Li-ion battery. 

It runs Windows 11 OS out of the box and includes a decent assortment of ports including one SuperSpeed USB Type-C, two SuperSpeed USB Type-A ports, an HDMI 1.4b port, and a multi-format SD media card reader. 

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Dell Inspiron 3515 Laptop

Dell Inspiron 3515 laptop is another great option for students. It is powered by AMD Ryzen 5 3450U processor paired with 8GB DDR4 RAM and 512GB SSD. The laptop has a 15.6-inch FHD display and runs Windows 11 out of the box.  

The laptop also features Express Charge capability that enables 80% charging in 60 minutes. It further includes an HD webcam, Wi-Fi 5, two USB 3.2 Gen1 ports, a USB 2.0 port, HDMI 1.4b port, SD Card reader, and Audio jack. 

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Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 1

Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 1 is another entry-grade laptop for students that offers dependable performance. The laptop is quite portable and is powered by a dual-core Ryzen 3 3250U processor paired with 8GB RAM and 256GB of SSD storage. 

The laptop has a minimalistic design and weighs 1.5 kg. Other features include a 15.6-inch Full HD display, 42Wh battery, HD webcam, Wi-Fi 5, HDMI, USB Type A and USB Type C ports. 

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Killexams : First Lady of Ukraine Accepts Computer Donation from HP Inc. for Ukrainian Children and Healthcare Workers

WASHINGTON, D.C., July 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- First Lady of Ukraine, Olena Zelenska, met with representatives from HP Inc. and the Global Business Coalition for Education, at the Ukraine House cultural center in Washington, D.C. this week, to accept a donation of technology and learning material headed to Ukraine to support thousands of students, teachers, and healthcare practitioners.

HP’s "Digital Equity for Ukraine” initiative is a $30 million partnership with Global Business Coalition for Education that will put computers and learning materials in the hands of people who need them.

“The Ukrainian people have demonstrated incredible courage in the face of unimaginable circumstances, and we are grateful for the leadership of First Lady Olena Zelenska and others seeking to end this war,” said Enrique Lores, CEO of HP Inc. “HP continues to mobilize resources to support Ukraine. Through our partnership with the Global Business Coalition for Education, we will put personal computers in the hands of students and families who have been displaced from their homes and classrooms. This moment demands that we all take actions to support those in need.”

The computers will be distributed to organizations on the ground aiding Ukrainians by partnering with the Global Business Coalition for Education, an initiative of the global children’s charity Theirworld. HP will provide computers to the nonprofit organizations. Additionally, Microsoft will provide software support for the nonprofits receiving the computers.

In coordination with the Ukrainian government, about one-half of the donated computers will go to the many civilians displaced within the country and the other half to Ukrainian refugees displaced outside of Ukraine.

“We are very grateful for HP’s and the Global Business Coalition for Education’s support,” said Olena Zelenska, First Lady of Ukraine. “Their efforts and contribution will help students in Ukraine and beyond continue learning and prepare for the future, like any other youth in the world.” 

Since February, millions of Ukrainians have had their lives upended by Russia’s invasion. Nearly one-third of Ukrainians have been forced from their homes, according to the United Nations, often leaving only with what they could carry.

Vulnerable children are caught in the middle of war – fleeing their homes, communities, and schools. The Ukrainian government says more than 2,000 educational institutions have been hit by bombs or shelling. Now, millions of Ukrainian students are learning remotely both inside and outside the country.

"Education is one of the first things lost and last things restored during a crisis,” said Justin van Fleet, President of Theirworld and Executive Director of the Global Business Coalition for Education. “This is why we are so glad to collaborate with HP and Microsoft to provide resources to Ukrainian students so they can continue learning.

HP has been increasingly vocal on the notion that digital equity is a human right, committing to accelerate digital equity for 150 million people around the world by 2030. And while devices are essential, they are only one piece of the equation. HP is also investing in teacher training and educational materials, including translating the HP Online Teaching Assistant to Ukrainian, to support educators who are now teaching remotely.

To date, the HP Foundation has delivered more than $3 million in grants to provide essential food, clothing, and shelter materials to Ukrainian refugees, and continues to match donations made by HP employees.

About HP Inc.

HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) is a technology company that believes one thoughtful idea has the power to change the world. Its product and service portfolio of personal systems, printers, and 3D printing solutions helps bring these ideas to life. Visit http://www.hp.com.

About the Global Business Coalitions for Education

The Global Business Coalition for Education is a movement of businesses committed to ending the global education crisis and unleashing the potential of the next generation. Established as an initiative of the global children’s charity Theirworld in 2012, the Global Business Coalition for Education is committed to bringing together the expertise and resources of the business community with the campaign for global education and Sustainable Development Goal 4. Visit www.gbc-education.org.

A photo accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/5c350c15-fe17-4a07-9a33-641155a6cda1

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Killexams : First Lady of Ukraine Accepts Computer Donation from HP Inc. for Ukrainian Children and Healthcare Workers

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First Lady of Ukraine Accepts Computer Donation from HP Inc.

First Lady of Ukraine, Olena Zelenska, met with representatives from HP Inc. and the Global Business Coalition for Education, at the Ukraine House cultural center in Washington, D.C. this week, to accept a donation of technology and learning material headed to Ukraine to support thousands of students, teachers, and healthcare practitioners.Left to right: HP’s Meredith Singer, Ukraine Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to the United States Oksana Markarova, First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska, HP’s Amy Burke, GBC Executive Director of the Global Business Coalition for Education Justin Van Fleet.

WASHINGTON, D.C., July 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- First Lady of Ukraine, Olena Zelenska, met with representatives from HP Inc. and the Global Business Coalition for Education, at the Ukraine House cultural center in Washington, D.C. this week, to accept a donation of technology and learning material headed to Ukraine to support thousands of students, teachers, and healthcare practitioners.

HP’s "Digital Equity for Ukraine” initiative is a $30 million partnership with Global Business Coalition for Education that will put computers and learning materials in the hands of people who need them.

“The Ukrainian people have demonstrated incredible courage in the face of unimaginable circumstances, and we are grateful for the leadership of First Lady Olena Zelenska and others seeking to end this war,” said Enrique Lores, CEO of HP Inc. “HP continues to mobilize resources to support Ukraine. Through our partnership with the Global Business Coalition for Education, we will put personal computers in the hands of students and families who have been displaced from their homes and classrooms. This moment demands that we all take actions to support those in need.”

The computers will be distributed to organizations on the ground aiding Ukrainians by partnering with the Global Business Coalition for Education, an initiative of the global children’s charity Theirworld. HP will provide computers to the nonprofit organizations. Additionally, Microsoft will provide software support for the nonprofits receiving the computers.

In coordination with the Ukrainian government, about one-half of the donated computers will go to the many civilians displaced within the country and the other half to Ukrainian refugees displaced outside of Ukraine.

“We are very grateful for HP’s and the Global Business Coalition for Education’s support,” said Olena Zelenska, First Lady of Ukraine. “Their efforts and contribution will help students in Ukraine and beyond continue learning and prepare for the future, like any other youth in the world.”

Since February, millions of Ukrainians have had their lives upended by Russia’s invasion. Nearly one-third of Ukrainians have been forced from their homes, according to the United Nations, often leaving only with what they could carry.

Vulnerable children are caught in the middle of war – fleeing their homes, communities, and schools. The Ukrainian government says more than 2,000 educational institutions have been hit by bombs or shelling. Now, millions of Ukrainian students are learning remotely both inside and outside the country.

"Education is one of the first things lost and last things restored during a crisis,” said Justin van Fleet, President of Theirworld and Executive Director of the Global Business Coalition for Education. “This is why we are so glad to collaborate with HP and Microsoft to provide resources to Ukrainian students so they can continue learning.

HP has been increasingly vocal on the notion that digital equity is a human right, committing to accelerate digital equity for 150 million people around the world by 2030. And while devices are essential, they are only one piece of the equation. HP is also investing in teacher training and educational materials, including translating the HP Online Teaching Assistant to Ukrainian, to support educators who are now teaching remotely.

To date, the HP Foundation has delivered more than $3 million in grants to provide essential food, clothing, and shelter materials to Ukrainian refugees, and continues to match donations made by HP employees.

About HP Inc.

HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) is a technology company that believes one thoughtful idea has the power to change the world. Its product and service portfolio of personal systems, printers, and 3D printing solutions helps bring these ideas to life. Visit http://www.hp.com.

About the Global Business Coalitions for Education

The Global Business Coalition for Education is a movement of businesses committed to ending the global education crisis and unleashing the potential of the next generation. Established as an initiative of the global children’s charity Theirworld in 2012, the Global Business Coalition for Education is committed to bringing together the expertise and resources of the business community with the campaign for global education and Sustainable Development Goal 4. Visit www.gbc-education.org.

A photo accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/5c350c15-fe17-4a07-9a33-641155a6cda1

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