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Killexams : HP Solutions answers - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/HP2-W103 Search results Killexams : HP Solutions answers - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/HP2-W103 https://killexams.com/exam_list/HP Killexams : Hunter students question fate of affordable campus housing with dorm slated for demolition.

Hunter College’s most affordable dormitory is slated for demolition to make way for the new Kips Bay life sciences campus that Gov. Kathy Hochul and New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced last week – and students are asking why there doesn’t seem to be a plan to maintain a cheap housing option for some 700 undergraduates.

Hunter's Undergraduate Student Government is seeking answers about the Brookdale Campus Residence, known as the Brookdale dorms, citing the "hundreds of low-income, out-of-borough, out-of-state, and out-of-country students (who) rely on the affordability of Brookdale dorms to pursue their college education" at the school, which is part of the public City University of New York.  

“CUNY has released no information on the timeline of this project OR how they plan to make up for the potential loss of a home for hundreds of students,” read an open letter from Hunter USG. “Where will these students go? What other alternative and affordable solutions are there? When will dorms stop being available? Nothing has been clarified with the main stakeholders here: Hunter College students.”

The students planned to attend the CUNY Board of Trustees meeting Monday afternoon, prepared with testimony and questions about future access to affordable housing and a nursing school facility. In the USG’s communication to the Hunter community, they encouraged students to share testimony regarding how Brookdale’s demolition would impact their lives as students. 

Hochul and Adams announced plans Thursday morning for the Science Park and Research Campus, or SPARC, in Kips Bay, an "innovation hub" of science and public health. Scheduled to break ground in 2026, the plan is projected to create 2,000 new permanent jobs by its expected completion in 2031. It would all be built at East 25th Street and 1st Avenue in Manhattan – the site of Hunter’s Brookdale Campus, including the dorms and the Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing. The estimated $1.6 billion SPARC would be anchored, in part, by a rebuilt school of nursing, but the press conference and the release didn’t make any mention of new dorms or housing. 

Housing nearly 700 students a year, the Brookdale dorms provide students with single-occupancy rooms, library facilities, and recreation areas for $6,625- $9,385 per academic year. Other dormitory options cost from $13,000 to $16,000 for the academic year.

CUNY says current students have little to worry about. “The Brookdale dorms will not be impacted until at least 2024 and potentially later depending on the final timetable for the construction so certainly no current resident will be affected during this academic year,” a university spokesperson wrote in an email to City & State. “We are working to give students information as soon as possible so they can start planning once a time is set for any relocations.”

But rebuilding the dorms isn’t a part of the SPARC plan, and CUNY doesn’t seem interested in building its own affordable student housing elsewhere to replace it “CUNY has other dorm agreements in the city, and campuses, with CUNY support, contract with third party vendors to secure dorm space when needed,” the spokesperson said. “We are committed to doing everything we can to help students secure affordable housing.”

But students are already fearing the loss of an affordable dorm option for Hunter. “I think it is very interesting to do this without providing an alternative solution to low income students, which makes up CUNY’s central audience and student body,” USG President Ariana Ahmed told City & State.

Students were pushed out of the Brookdale dorms once before. In March 2020, in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, residents were given three days' notice to move out, so the housing – located near many hospitals – could be used as medical space. There’s little concern about short notice with SPARC – construction isn’t expected to begin for years – but those in the Hunter community felt the poor communication then and now was the same. 

"I was pretty shocked that no other communication was given to student government," Ahmed told City & State. Ahmed recounts being invited to the press conferences, stating, "I was given the communication that it was about a new campus, a new science building for Hunter and BMCC (Borough of Manhattan Community College). Nothing else." 

And the dorms aren’t the only part of the SPARC plan that’s raised some real estate questions. Relocating the public college’s nursing school has been a top issue for Hunter College President Jennifer Raab. But after site work began at East 73rd Street and York Avenue, progress was halted for years. The Post reported it costs CUNY $1 million a year just to maintain the vacant site. CUNY is now canceling plans for the school of the nursing on the Upper East Side, and are moving forward with plans to include it at SPARC. A Friday email to the CUNY community from Chancellor Félix V. Matos Rodríguez said development of the 73rd Street lot will be taken over by the city’s Economic Development Corporation, taking the university system off the hook for maintenance. “Hunter will get space as part of that project when plans are finalized,” a CUNY spokesperson said.

But it’s not just students that aren’t entirely pleased with the plan. Some in leadership at Hunter College felt that CUNY threw out years of planning by Hunter for the Upper East Side nursing school, according to a source, and pushed forward with a lack of regard for nearly 700 beds of relatively affordable student housing. As the location of Hunter’s nursing school for over fifty years, Brookdale’s proposed closure has left Hunter’s students and administrators in a state of limbo.

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Killexams : Warren Buffett's Hidden Portfolio Can't Stop Buying These 2 Stocks

Few money managers command the attention of Wall Street professionals and everyday investors quite like Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A)(NYSE: BRK.B) CEO Warren Buffett. Although Buffett isn't infallible, he's overseen an impressive 20.1% average annual return for his company's Class A shares (BRK.A) since taking the reins in 1965. That's good for a greater than 3,600,000% aggregate return.

In short, when the Oracle of Omaha (as Buffett has come to be known) buys or sells shares of a company, investors wisely pay attention.

Warren Buffett has a $5.9 billion secret portfolio you probably don't know about

Normally, riding Buffett's coattails is easy to do. Money managers with over $100 million in assets under management are required to file Form 13F with the Securities and Exchange Commission within 45 days following the end of a quarter. A 13F is effectively a snapshot that tells investors what the brightest minds on Wall Street bought, sold, and held onto in the most exact quarter. Since Berkshire Hathaway's investment portfolio topped $313 billion as of last week, it most definitely must file a quarterly 13F.

But what you might be surprised to learn is that Berkshire Hathaway's 13F doesn't tell the full story regarding Buffett's holdings.

In 1998, Buffett's company acquired reinsurance company General Re for $22 billion. While the reinsurance business was the crown jewel of this buyout, General Re also ran a specialty investment company known as New England Asset Management (NEAM). When Berkshire bought General Re, it also took ownership of NEAM.

As of the end of June 2022, New England Asset Management had more than $5.9 billion in assets under management. Although Buffett doesn't control where NEAM's assets are invested, the securities NEAM holds in its investment portfolio are, ultimately, owned by Warren Buffett's company, Berkshire Hathaway. In other words, Buffett has a hidden $5.9 billion portfolio.

In 2022, this hidden portfolio has been aggressively buying two stocks.

Chevron

The first stock Warren Buffett's secret portfolio has bought hand over fist is oil giant Chevron (NYSE: CVX). During the second quarter alone, New England Asset Management purchased nearly 2.1 million shares.

If you're wondering why money managers are piling into global energy companies, look no further than broken or challenged energy supply chains. Russia's invasion of Ukraine has the potential to adversely impact the flow of oil and natural gas into Europe for a long time to come. Additionally, reduced capital investment from global energy majors due to COVID-19-related uncertainty has slowed production expansion. There's no easy way to quickly boost oil and gas supply to meet demand, which is a recipe for energy commodity prices to remain elevated.

On a more company-specific basis, Chevron is a logical choice given its integrated operating structure. Although it generates its juiciest margins from its upstream drilling segment, Chevron also operates midstream (e.g., transmission pipelines) and downstream (e.g., chemical plants and refineries) assets.

Midstream companies almost always rely on long-term fixed-fee or volume-based contracts that yield highly predictable operating cash flow. Meanwhile, downstream companies benefit from lower input costs if crude oil prices weaken. Chevron is effectively well hedged no matter what happens with the price of oil or natural gas.

Chevron's balance sheet might also be the best among global energy majors. With a low debt-to-equity ratio of 17%, Chevron has plenty of flexibility to make strategic moves and advance its key projects.

HP

The second stock that Warren Buffett's hidden portfolio can't stop buying is personal computing (PC) and printing solutions company HP (NYSE: HPQ). During the second quarter, New England Asset Management bought more than 16.3 million shares of HP, which increased its existing stake by (drum roll) 11,092% from the previous quarter.

The answer to "Why HP?" likely has to do with the predictability of the PC industry and the company's valuation.

During the pandemic, PC sales climbed as the labor force shifted from an office-based to a hybrid work environment. Even with some employees now returning to the office, more workers than ever are continuing to operate remotely. That's been a multiyear positive for HP, and it should help produce somewhat predictable operating cash flow on a year-to-year basis.

Another reason NEAM's investment team piled into HP could very well be its valuation. During bear markets, Wall Street becomes less willing to tolerate money-losing businesses and companies trading with premium valuations. Though HP isn't the growth story it once was, the company is valued at a very reasonable six times Wall Street's forecast earnings for 2022. As long as the company's core PC and printing solutions businesses don't completely falter, it's fair to assume that a relatively safe floor is built beneath HP's current share price.

As one final note, HP increased its dividend by 29% last year, and it's been regularly conducting share buybacks. A healthy capital return program is something Warren Buffett and NEAM's investment team seem to love.

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Killexams : HP: A Solution For Everybody At Gitex 2005

HP has assured all audiences that whatever the nature of their profession or interest, they can seek apt solutions at this year's Gitex. Be it a banker or a professional photographer, a person who is always on the go or a consumer simply enjoying life, HP will offer assorted solutions to suit all lifestyles.
Commenting on the new line-up and solutions at Gitex 2005, Amr Hassan, General Manager, Imaging and Printing Group, HP Middle East stated, “HP is at the forefront of the digital era, and is a global leader in imaging and printing products. Our customers are highly aware of what our products can do for them. What we want to demonstrate is how our products, which also includes our different forms of media and ink/toner cartridges, work together seamlessly to create ideal environments. Whether they are into mobility, working digitally from home, in need of in-house marketing and production, security and manageability, or simply wanting to print photos in the privacy of their own home, HP not only has the products, but also has the perfect solution for them.”

Wireless/Mobility
Be it the large number of cables and wires that is annoying, or simply, the need to have products while on the go, HP offers ideal wireless and mobility solutions.
For those who are averse to wires and are in need of LaserJet quality printing, the HP LaserJet 1320nw enables users to print wirelessly. For those who are always conducting meetings and are frustrated in connecting and unplugging projectors at every presentation is done, the HP mp3135 projector allows users to project wirelessly from their notebooks. The HP Deskjet 460wbt (wireless Bluetooth) is the ideal printer for businessmen who need to print while on the move.
As for the combination of the HP mp3135 projector and the HP Deskjet 460wbt, it offers the ultimate solution for those who are always on the move. Businessmen can now go into a meeting, conduct their presentation wirelessly with their light weight HP mp3135 digital projector, and print any document with their HP Deskjet 460 mobile printer.  Meetings away from the office have never been easier.


Printing Photos at Home
There is no more worry associated with taking or printing photos of holidays or evenings with friends and family.
Life's great moments can be captured with any HP digital camera, starting from the simple HP M22, to the high end more professional HP R817. The pictures can be printed immediately with the HP Photosmart 475. This fabulous appliance printer has a built-in hard drive to store photos and it can also be connected to the TV, to share the photos during a gathering.  Meanwhile, the HP Scanjet 4890 can scan photos and share it via e-mail through the HP Pavilion zd8100 and dv4000 notebooks – all this in the privacy of your home.

Digital Home Office
Working from home should not restrict the functionality available in a normal office. With the HP Pavilion dv1345 notebook, the HP Photosmart 3313 all-in-one printer or the HP Deskjet 9803d, a home office can be made both simple and efficient.
In-house Marketing and Production
Companies today are shifting towards producing their own marketing material, in-house. This shift is due to the increasing importance of personalising marketing material for customers as well as the heavy third party cost in producing such material.
The HP Color LaserJet 9500hdn, HP Photosmart 8753, HP LaserJet 4250, HP Designjet 90, 4000ps and 5500ps are all specifically designed to do such jobs. The HP Designjet 4000 is designed to print technical graphs and maps, the HP Designjet 5500ps is apt for printing high quality posters and the HP Photosmart 8753 and the HP Designjet 90 are specifically designed for professional photographers. Cheques too can be printed in-house on the HP LaserJet 4250.

Security
Printed documents drive many of the key processes with a business, for example, invoices, purchase orders and delivery notes. Furthermore, they often contain confidential information to the business. While customers spend a large proportion of their IT budget on PC security, firewalls and anti-virus, the protection of information on a printed page is often overlooked. HP Private Print ensures that confidential documents are only printed when a user enters a PIN at the HP LaserJet – allowing for shared network printers whilst maintaining user privacy. To maintain security across the network HP JetDirect print servers support SSL, 802.1X and HP MFPs allow for Secure Disk Erase to ensure that scanned images are securely deleted from the MFPs hard drive.

For customers who may need higher levels of security such as Government, Financial or Healthcare sectors, all print jobs can be securely encrypted and tracked with JetMobile SecureJet and only released by a PIN, Magnetic Card or Proximity Card.

Manageability
HP Total Print Management is a strategy to help corporate customers reduce imaging and printing costs by up to 30 per cent.
HP Web JetAdmin can significantly reduce IT and support desk costs through printer asset management, remote diagnostics and automated email alerts. This in turn reduces printer downtime and improves end-user productivity. Document distribution and retrieval can also be a significant cost to a corporate customer. The HP ScanJet 8290 scanner or the network based HP MFPs (ex. HP LaserJet 4345mfp) can act as an 'on-ramp' for emailing, fax, scan-to-folder or scan-to-workflow, to Improve business processes. For customers looking to manage the costs of a printed page, Follow-Me™ provides cost-per-copy/print accounting and 'rule-based printing' – allowing for total control of costs for what, when and how the devices are used.

About HP
HP is a technology solutions provider to consumers, businesses and institutions globally. The company’s offerings span IT infrastructure, global services, business and home computing, and imaging and printing. For the four fiscal quarters ended July 31, 2005, HP revenue totalled $85.2 billion. More information about HP (NYSE, Nasdaq: HPQ) is available at www.hp.com.
About HP Middle East
HP is the largest technology and solutions provider in the Middle East with 670 employees and subsidiaries in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Riyadh, Jeddah, Khobar, Cairo and Ramallah servicing the GCC, Egypt and the Levant. HP has been present in the Middle East since 1968, and opened its first regional office in 1994.HP Middle East is the market leader for Enterprise, Small and Medium Business and Consumer technology products, and offers a large portfolio of solutions and services in various business domains.
For more information about HP in the Middle East, please visit www.hp.com/me.
© 2005 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.

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Killexams : NFT trading volume is at an all time low, but this CEO is still betting big on the technology

The buzz and hype have faded, but RECUR, a company that helps brands create and build communities around nonfungible tokens, is still building out its infrastructure and making future plans. According to a exact analysis by Dune Analytics, NFT trading volume has dropped 97% from its 2022 highs. Trading volume went from $17 billion in January to around $466 million in September, according to cumulative data from OpenSea, NFTX, LarvaLabs, LooksRare, SuperRare, Rarible, and Foundation.

RECUR, which is blockchain-agnostic, launched in 2021 and raised $50 million in a Series A at a $333 million valuation last fall. Those were different times. RECUR has since worked with brands like Nickelodeon, Hello Kitty, Paramount, and Star Trek. Meanwhile, platforms like Instagram and Twitter have also launched features to allow users to display NFT art on their profiles.

But there are some dump questions around whether this is going to keep working, especially as even the biggest and most hyped NFT projects have seen significant drops in floor price in 2022. Zach Bruch, co-founder and CEO of RECUR still thinks there is a future in NFTs. MarketWatch spoke to him to ask how this is going to work, challenges to keeping NFTs relevant, and what he foresees the space to look like in the next few years.

Answers have been edited for length and clarity.

AD: How have your partnerships with brands started? Did you approach them asking if they wanted to work with you, or do they approach you?

ZB: We started the business about 20 months ago. And the business has changed throughout that time period. As you can imagine, as markets change, as education change, and as people’s understanding [changes] overall, the industry has changed. So when we first went out to create these partnerships, almost two years ago, there was a large education process that we had to do to show them why it is relevant, why they made sense for their families, their communities, and so on.

But today, now that we’ve built all these tools, we’re seeing a lot of large enterprises and fortune 500 businesses come to us and say, “hey, your tooling is really great […] you have a really easy onboarding flow, where our user base can do something that they’re familiar with, like sign up, and under two minutes the same way, they might sign up for a Snapchat or an Instagram. So there’s no confusing wallet setup. You can use Apple Pay, they can use credit card, they can use crypto.” So they’re noticing and seeing a lot of these things. And now seeing these tools and recognizing that they can leverage them and use our toolset as their own creative canvas to create whatever they want. So at this point, we’re now just receiving a tremendous amount of inbound.

AD: Say that I want to create an NFT collection and work with you. What are you providing me that I can’t just do myself using another NFT-creation platform?

ZB: So I think the reason it’s so hard for developers and businesses right now is because the current landscape of solutions in the web three ecosystem is made up of countless point solution vendors that each do one very limited thing. So for example, if you were the head of Web3 at a large enterprise or you’re a developer, your typical journey goes something along the lines of this you want to launch a Web3 products. And now you needed a smart contract entered and then things on chain, you need to be compliant […] you realize you need utility to engage your user base. Now you need a gamification vendor, you need a custom marketplace that fit your brand aesthetic. Now you need a vendor for this, your users want to play with credit cards, well then you cash their money out to a bank account, you’ll need a vendor for each and each and every one of those things. And then you need to recruit entire back end engineering team and spend a year or more stitching all these vendors together then hope and pray it works. And then if you’re successful, well then now you have to… maintaining scale at all in perpetuity, so it’s truly a disaster. So with RECUR, what we do is make sure that every developer, every team has everything they need for Web3 in one platform.

AD: I recently reported that NFT trading volume has plunged 97% since January, which I’m sure you know. And in general there seems to be less hype around buying NFTs this year than there was last year. How has this impacted your business?

ZB: Thing that we’re noticing is that most people are looking at NFTs in a very one dimensional myopic way, when the reality is, is Web3 is about unlocking consumer and social markets in a way that was never before possible. And Web3 can and will transform every consumer experience and every consumer products business. So there are all sorts of different use cases that we’re now seeing a lot of large corporates and enterprises come to us with. From loyalty programs to real life events, to ticketing […] there really is limitless potential. And I think there have been in the past lots of, you know, barriers to entry, because the tooling has not existed. And now the tooling is here. We’ve built a lot of it.

AD: What’s a big challenge you’re facing right now?

ZB: I think the largest challenge in the space is always going to be education. There’s tremendous amounts of noise. It’s a very nascent space, just in general. And typically, things take a lot of time for any form of adoption.

A few years ago, I really started immersing myself deeper into the NFT community, it had many similarities to the early crypto community, brilliant tinkerers with deep passion, enormous vision for a more vibrant world. But similar to the early crypto communities, there’s a complete lack of infrastructure that would be required to onboard. So tooling, again, I felt was a large issue, as well as you know, as well as education. And while that first decade was about capital innovation this next decade, it seems it’s going to be about cultural innovation, and unlocking cultural culture, leveraging crypto tooling, and that is a very large shift.

AD: You’ve been working with large enterprises and brands with a lot of money. What about smaller creators and smaller businesses? Can they use these tools to enter Web3 or do they need a massive budget and a specialized team dedicated to it?

ZB: Yeah, so actually… we’re opening up our tooling to creators of all sizes. So you can be a college student in your dorm room, a small mom and pop shop in a town or a large enterprise and be able to leverage our tooling and have the same firepower of a large publicly traded business like a paramount for example. But what we’re also doing is that by Q1 of next year, we’ll also have a full no code, self service version of our platform. So you won’t even need any technical experience, or engineers, or any of that. So you really can get to market fast, be compliant, have high performance.

AD: What do you envision for the NFT space a year from now? Will we still be calling them NFTs? And will people still be buying them?

ZB: I do think NFTs will still be called NFTs a year from now […] you asked another question that that was pretty interesting. Well, will people want to be buying NFTs? I think that won’t matter. After I think most of what we’re doing digitally, will become NFT’s in the back end, because it will have to be, how else are you proving that you actually have digital ownership of something that will be always be underpinned by an NFT? And who knows that might become a rule, right? If you’re buying something digitally, online, that’s a digital item, the user has to have total ownership of that. And the way that would have to happen is the NFTs. So I think that there will be a lot of things that will be leveraging this back end infrastructure over the next call it five years, I think it will take longer than a year for all this to happen, of course, but I think we’re gonna see very fast growth.

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Killexams : HPSSC Clerk Provisional Answer Key 2022 (Released) at hpsssb.hp.gov.in, Raise Objection Till Sep 26

Himachal Pradesh SSC has released the answer key for the post of Clerk on its official website-hpsssb.hp.gov.in. obtain HPSSC Clerk Provisional Answer Key 2022 PDF here.

HPSSC Clerk Provisional Answer Key 2022

HPSSC Clerk Provisional Answer Key 2022: Himachal Pradesh Staff Selection Commission (HPSSC) or HPSSSB has released the answer key of the test for the post of Clerk on its official website. Candidates appeared in the written test for the post of Clerk (Post Code-962) can obtain HPSSC Clerk Provisional Answer Key 2022 by visiting the official website-hpsssb.hp.gov.in.

However you can obtain the HPSSC Clerk Provisional Answer Key 2022 directly through the link given below. 

Direct Link to Download: HPSSC Clerk Provisional Answer Key 2022

It is noted that Commission had conducted the written test for the post of Clerk (Post Code-962 ) on 18 September 2022. Commission has uploaded the PDF of the all the four Test Booklet Series including A/B/C/D on its official website. 
Candidates can raise their objections, if any regarding the answer key after following the steps given on the official website. Candidates can send their objections with the Document Proof in support of their answers to the Commission either by hand or by post on or before 26 September 2022.
 Candidates are advised to mentioned their Name/Post Code/Roll Number and Question Booklet series on the objection form. 

You can obtain the HPSSC Clerk Provisional Answer Key 2022 from the official website after following the steps given below. 

How to Download: HPSSC Clerk Provisional Answer Key 2022

  1. Visit the official website of HPSSC - hpsssb.hp.gov.in.
  2. Click on 'Notifications' and then on 'Latest Notification'
  3. Click on the link " Provisional Answer Key for the Post of Clerk Code-962 (New) on the home page."
  4. Download HPSSC Clerk Provisional Answer Key 2022.
  5. Take a print out of the same for future reference. 
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Killexams : HP Disrupting Traditional Manufacturing with New Metal Jet S100 Solution for More Resilient Supply Chain

HP Inc.

HP Metal Jet S100 Solution

HP's commercial Metal Jet S100 Solution is opening the door for a digital reinvention of the global metals manufacturing sector, with a strong focus on end-to-end supply chain solutions in both software and hardware that are customer-centric and design led. The modular solution provides industrial production capabilities, integrated workflow, subscription and service offerings, which altogether allows users to continually run production at scale for mass metals production.

Schneider Electric 3D printed production application

Together with GKN, a new filter used on Schneider Electric’s NSX breaker was produced using HP Metal Jet technology, which could not be achieved with conventional industrial manufacturing capabilities due to the shape & material complexity. HP Metal Jet technology not only facilitated the design of new power filters shapes that reduce gas, pressure, and heat impact in a more limited space, it also resulted in significant productivity gains and environmental benefits.

Commercial Metal Jet Solution takes 3D printed metals to mass production by delivering high-quality parts at scale across industries; Global leader in sustainability and efficiency Schneider Electric developing breakthrough applications with new solution

News Highlights:

  • New HP Metal Jet S100 now commercially availability for mass production of high-quality 3D printed metal parts

  • HP helping customers across medical, industrial, consumer goods, and automotive industries scale 3D metals

  • Global innovator Schneider Electric latest to design and manufacture new Metal Jet-printed parts

PALO ALTO, Calif., Sept. 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today, at the 2022 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS), HP Inc. announced the commercial availability of its Metal Jet S100 Solution. Accelerating innovative designs and products and digitally printing mass quantities of quality parts, HP’s Metal Jet S100 Solution is transforming industries and helping scale 3D metals to mass production.

The manufacturing industry has evolved drastically over the past decade and is currently expected to be worth around $12 trillion1. We are in the early stages of a fourth industrial revolution, spearheaded by the accelerated growth of 3D printing and its ability to accelerate designs, Improve process developments, and now in an industry first, realize true economies of scale.

“We are witnessing entire industries, from industrial to consumer, and healthcare to automotive, looking to digitally transform their manufacturing processes and supply chains in a world where volatility is the new normal,” said Didier Deltort, President of HP’s Personalization and 3D Printing business. “As the promise of additive manufacturing takes hold, HP has become a trusted partner to help speed the path to production. The introduction of our new Metal Jet commercial solution, along with innovative collaboration with market leaders like Schneider Electric, is delivering the blueprint for more sustainable, reliable, and efficient manufacturing.”

New HP Metal Jet S100

HP’s new Metal Jet S100 Solution is opening the doors for a digital reinvention of the global metals manufacturing sector, with a strong focus on end-to-end supply chain solutions in both software and hardware that are customer-centric and design led.

The Metal Jet S100 Solution provides industrial production capabilities, integrated workflow, subscription and service offerings – an unprecedented level of technical and business advantages for customers, helping them achieve their goals for business transformation. The modular solution enables build units to travel between four different stations, meaning users can continually run production at scale for mass metals production.

“Since announcing the breakthrough Metal Jet technology in 2018, we have been working to develop the industry’s most advanced commercial solution for 3D metals mass production,” said Ramon Pastor, Global Head and General Manager of 3D Metals, HP Inc. “3D printed metal parts are a key driving force behind digital transformation and the new Metal Jet S100 Solution provides a world class metals offering for our customers, from the first designs right through to production, but more importantly helps them to realize the unlimited potential for digital manufacturing.”

HP’s unequaled expertise and IP in Thermal Inkjet technology and Latex chemistry delivers cost, quality, productivity, and reliability advantages. HP’s Thermal Inkjet printhead dramatically improves the printing speed, part quality, and repeatability. The advanced latex chemistries developed by HP lend significant benefits to the binder itself, enabling stronger green parts, eliminating the need for de-binding, and yielding industrial production-grade quality.

Key advantages of HP Metal Jet technology include:

  • Innovative New Designs: New geometries, density control and designs to lightweight or consolidate metal parts push the boundaries of what is possible with 3D printing.

  • Improved Customer Economics: Process steps needed to create parts are shortened whilst costs due to manual labor or complexity requirements are reduced, driving efficiencies across the supply chain.

  • Increased Productivity: Binder jetting can boost productivity tenfold, allowing for processing layer by layer versus point process. Isotropic properties also require no post-processing and no support removal, and the use of metal powders is also more cost-effective than laser-based 3D printing powder.

  • Higher Resolution to Drive Part Quality: HP printheads leverage decades of industrial thermal inkjet technology developments, defining geometry and delivering high resolution and system robustness, making mass 3D metal parts a viable option for commercial manufacturing.

Innovative Collaboration, Breakthrough Applications

Advancements and new production applications highlight the advantages of Metal Jet, including better productivity, low part cost, and outstanding quality.

HP has already built strong momentum with leading partners and customers including GKN, Parmatech, Cobra Golf, Legor Group, and Volkswagen, and more. HP is also collaborating on mass metals production opportunities with new partners and customers around the world, including Domin Digital Motion, an innovative industrial company focused on hydraulic systems and valves, Lumenium, a startup developer of advanced rotational engines, and Schneider Electric.

Schneider Electric is the global leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation. Their product portfolio includes products, controls, software and services across residential, commercial, industrial and critical applications.
  
“We are excited about the new possibilities for our business as a result of this collaboration with HP,” said Michael Lotfy, SVP of Power Products & Systems, North America, Schneider Electric. “We are constantly in pursuit of solutions that will enable more sustainable, agile innovations development. Leveraging HP Metal Jet our teams have delivered a proven use case showcasing the benefits of digital manufacturing and 3D printing, and we look forward to uncovering many more applications that meet the evolving demands from our customers addressing the challenges around sustainability and Electricity 4.0.”

Together with GKN, a new filter used on Schneider Electric’s NSX breaker was produced using HP Metal Jet technology, which could not be achieved with conventional industrial manufacturing capabilities due to the shape & material complexity. HP Metal Jet technology not only facilitated the design of new power filters shapes that reduce gas, pressure, and heat impact in a more limited space, it also resulted in significant productivity gains and environmental benefits.

HP Showcasing 3D Metals Mass Production at IMTS

Michael Lotfy will join Ramon Pastor, and Meaghan Ferris, HP’s Global Head of 3D Metals Go-to-Market, on September 15 at 8:15 am U.S. Central Time for a keynote address at the Additive Manufacturing Conference at IMTS. HP and its partners and customers will showcase their journey driving 3D printing metals technology into mass production. See the new HP Metal Jet S100 Solution and a wide variety of production applications at the HP booth at IMTS #433000.

Learn more here on how to propel your business with the new HP Metal Jet S100 Solution.

About HP

HP Inc. 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 Schneider Electric

Schneider’s purpose is to empower all to make the most of our energy and resources, bridging progress and sustainability for all. We call this Life Is On.

Our mission is to be your digital partner for Sustainability and Efficiency.

We drive digital transformation by integrating world-leading process and energy technologies, end-point to cloud connecting products, controls, software and services, across the entire lifecycle, enabling integrated company management, for homes, buildings, data centers, infrastructure and industries.

We are the most local of global companies. We are advocates of open standards and partnership ecosystems that are passionate about our shared Meaningful Purpose, Inclusive and Empowered values.

www.se.com

Contact:

Michele Guthrie
Michele.b.guthrie@hp.com

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When I moved to San Francisco shortly after college, I shared a room with a stranger and a bathroom with an entire floor. There was no kitchen, though there were two meals a day served in the basement. Residents paid by the week, and the neighborhood was known as dicey, at best.

It wasn’t quite as bad as it sounds. Many residents were students at a nearby arts college that lacked accommodations, though there were plenty of lifers, too. It worked for people who weren’t all that picky and didn’t have a lot of money, but wanted to live in the heart of the city.

Like today, jobs were plentiful. I had multiple offers before I even left the East Coast. Accommodations, on the other hand, were scarce unless you were rich, and I wasn’t.

The solution I found was only tenable as a stopgap, but that was what I needed. I lived there a few months (which was plenty) and tried and failed to rent many apartments in that time before I met a friend of a coworker who needed someone to move in immediately. It worked out fine from there.

San Francisco had a notoriously tight housing market — the worst in the nation, by some measures — and it’s only gotten worse since then. The reason is simple enough — many people want to live there and there aren’t enough homes to accommodate them.

This isn’t an unsolvable problem. But like everywhere else in this country with a housing crisis, solutions are held up by people who already live there and don’t want anything to change. They are happy pulling up the ladder behind them.

Connecticut doesn’t have the obvious appeal of San Francisco or New York City, but the numbers show our crisis in housing is just as severe. Prices are out of reach, vacancy rates are extremely low and entry into the market is circumscribed for too many people.

The kind of place I lived when I moved to San Francisco doesn’t exist here (and wouldn’t appeal to most people even if it did). But it’s the kind of thing that should be part of the solution. Not everything needs to work for everyone. But if we’re going to be more welcoming — and it’s in all our interests that we do so — there are many facets that we need to consider.

Arguments about housing, however, have narrowed to the point that all sides agree the proposed solutions don’t come close to solving the problem. It’s a long-term crisis that requires a wide range of answers, few of which are even under discussion.

This is what happens when decision-makers reflexively say no to anything that’s not single-family housing on large lots, which predominates across the majority of Connecticut, including in the highest-demand communities. Towns too often simply say no, leaving advocates for more homes to turn to the courts and developers to make use of the much-maligned 8-30g.

Opponents argue that 8-30g hasn’t solved the affordable housing crisis, and on that they’re right. Getting rid of the law won’t help anything, either. This is like when conservatives got mad about Obamacare by saying it didn’t solve all the problems of American health care. That’s true enough, but it has done some good, and there was never a viable alternative plan, which meant opponents were arguing in favor of doing nothing.

That’s not a legitimate answer. Neither is leaving matters up to the towns themselves, a path that has led us to the crisis we face today.

This is why opponents of housing reforms are losing the arguments. They can’t realistically argue that things are fine as is, not when business groups say their top priority is to grow the state population and that affordability is a primary obstacle to that goal. Nor can they argue that existing solutions are sufficient when those solutions have had years to prove effective, and yet have failed.

They argue 8-30g wouldn’t help the kinds of people often cited to be in need of affordable housing, such as police officers and teachers. Yet their solution is to do less. If there’s been anything in the mold of a workable solution offered from anti-reform groups, they have yet to publicize it. Always the answer is to rely on local solutions, which we know from experience are lacking.

Connecticut is a small state, and it is densely packed. Still, there is room for more and better development, and it could happen in ways that many people wouldn’t notice. A lot could be done in downtowns, by transit stations, along commercial strips and in industrial zones or office parks. There is room to grow.

There could be opportunities available at all income levels, in every town. That would include people just out of college who aren’t looking for anything fancy but just need a place close to their jobs while they hold out for something better. I was lucky once to have that.

The first step is to stop saying no to everything.

Hugh Bailey is editorial page editor of the Connecticut Post and New Haven Register. He can be reached at hbailey@hearstmediact.com.

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Killexams : HP Disrupting Traditional Manufacturing with New Metal Jet S100 Solution for More Resilient Supply Chain

News Highlights:


  • New HP Metal Jet S100 now commercially availability for mass production of high-quality 3D printed metal parts
  • HP helping customers across medical, industrial, consumer goods, and automotive industries scale 3D metals
  • Global innovator Schneider Electric latest to design and manufacture new Metal Jet-printed parts

Today, at the 2022 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS), HP Inc. announced the commercial availability of its Metal Jet S100 Solution. Accelerating innovative designs and products and digitally printing mass quantities of quality parts, HP's Metal Jet S100 Solution is transforming industries and helping scale 3D metals to mass production.

The manufacturing industry has evolved drastically over the past decade and is currently expected to be worth around $12 trillion1. We are in the early stages of a fourth industrial revolution, spearheaded by the accelerated growth of 3D printing and its ability to accelerate designs, Improve process developments, and now in an industry first, realize true economies of scale.

“We are witnessing entire industries, from industrial to consumer, and healthcare to automotive, looking to digitally transform their manufacturing processes and supply chains in a world where volatility is the new normal,” said Didier Deltort, President of HP's Personalization and 3D Printing business. “As the promise of additive manufacturing takes hold, HP has become a trusted partner to help speed the path to production. The introduction of our new Metal Jet commercial solution, along with innovative collaboration with market leaders like Schneider Electric, is delivering the blueprint for more sustainable, reliable, and efficient manufacturing.”

New HP Metal Jet S100

HP's new Metal Jet S100 Solution is opening the doors for a digital reinvention of the global metals manufacturing sector, with a strong focus on end-to-end supply chain solutions in both software and hardware that are customer-centric and design led.

The Metal Jet S100 Solution provides industrial production capabilities, integrated workflow, subscription and service offerings – an unprecedented level of technical and business advantages for customers, helping them achieve their goals for business transformation. The modular solution enables build units to travel between four different stations, meaning users can continually run production at scale for mass metals production.

“Since announcing the breakthrough Metal Jet technology in 2018, we have been working to develop the industry's most advanced commercial solution for 3D metals mass production,” said Ramon Pastor, Global Head and General Manager of 3D Metals, HP Inc. “3D printed metal parts are a key driving force behind digital transformation and the new Metal Jet S100 Solution provides a world class metals offering for our customers, from the first designs right through to production, but more importantly helps them to realize the unlimited potential for digital manufacturing.”�

HP's unequaled expertise and IP in Thermal Inkjet technology and Latex chemistry delivers cost, quality, productivity, and reliability advantages. HP's Thermal Inkjet printhead dramatically improves the printing speed, part quality, and repeatability. The advanced latex chemistries developed by HP lend significant benefits to the binder itself, enabling stronger green parts, eliminating the need for de-binding, and yielding industrial production-grade quality.

Key advantages of HP Metal Jet technology include:


  • Innovative New Designs: New geometries, density control and designs to lightweight or consolidate metal parts push the boundaries of what is possible with 3D printing.
  • Improved Customer Economics: Process steps needed to create parts are shortened whilst costs due to manual labor or complexity requirements are reduced, driving efficiencies across the supply chain.
  • Increased Productivity:�Binder jetting can boost productivity tenfold, allowing for processing layer by layer versus point process. Isotropic properties also require no post-processing and no support removal, and the use of metal powders is also more cost-effective than laser-based 3D printing powder.
  • Higher Resolution to Drive Part Quality: HP printheads leverage decades of industrial thermal inkjet technology developments, defining geometry and delivering high resolution and system robustness, making mass 3D metal parts a viable option for commercial manufacturing.

Innovative Collaboration, Breakthrough Applications

Advancements and new production applications highlight the advantages of Metal Jet, including better productivity, low part cost, and outstanding quality.

HP has already built strong momentum with leading partners and customers including�GKN,�Parmatech,�Cobra Golf,�Legor Group, and�Volkswagen, and more. HP is also collaborating on mass metals production opportunities with new partners and customers around the world, including�Domin Digital Motion, an innovative industrial company focused on hydraulic systems and valves,�Lumenium, a startup developer of advanced rotational engines, and�Schneider Electric.

Schneider Electric�is the global leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation. Their product portfolio includes products, controls, software and services across residential, commercial, industrial and critical applications.

“We are excited about the new possibilities for our business as a result of this collaboration with HP,” said Michael Lotfy, SVP of Power Products & Systems, North America, Schneider Electric. “We are constantly in pursuit of solutions that will enable more sustainable, agile innovations development.� Leveraging HP Metal Jet our teams have delivered a proven use case showcasing the benefits of digital manufacturing and 3D printing, and we look forward to uncovering many more applications that meet the evolving demands from our customers addressing the challenges around sustainability and Electricity 4.0.”

Together with GKN, a new filter used on Schneider Electric's NSX breaker was produced using HP Metal Jet technology, which could not be achieved with conventional industrial manufacturing capabilities due to the shape & material complexity. HP Metal Jet technology not only facilitated the design of new power filters shapes that reduce gas, pressure, and heat impact in a more limited space, it also resulted in significant productivity gains and environmental benefits.

HP Showcasing 3D Metals Mass Production at IMTS

Michael Lotfy will join Ramon Pastor, and Meaghan Ferris, HP's Global Head of 3D Metals Go-to-Market, on September 15 at 8:15 am U.S. Central Time for a keynote address at the Additive Manufacturing Conference at IMTS. HP and its partners and customers will showcase their journey driving 3D printing metals technology into mass production.� See the new HP Metal Jet S100 Solution and a wide variety of production applications at the�HP booth at IMTS #433000.

Learn more here�on how to propel your business with the new HP Metal Jet S100 Solution.

About HP

HP Inc. 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 Schneider Electric

Schneider's purpose is to empower all to make the most of our energy and resources, bridging progress and sustainability for all. We call this Life Is On.

Our mission is to be your digital partner for Sustainability and Efficiency.

We drive digital transformation by integrating world-leading process and energy technologies, end-point to cloud connecting products, controls, software and services, across the entire lifecycle, enabling integrated company management, for homes, buildings, data centers, infrastructure and industries.

We are the most local of global companies. We are advocates of open standards and partnership ecosystems that are passionate about our shared Meaningful Purpose, Inclusive and Empowered values.�www.se.com

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