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The HP ZCentral and NVIDIA Omniverse Advantage HP ZCentral with NVIDIA Omniverse offers real-time remote collaboration and co-creation tools designed for 3D workflows with an open ecosystem and multi-application support. DreamColor Display HP Z25xs G3 and HP Z27xs G3 DreamColor Displays are the world’s first color critical HDR monitors with one-touch brightness adjust , providing high quality, accurate, and vibrant colors for creative professionals. Z Core Displays Delivering breathtaking radiance & razor-sharp clarity, HP Z Displays bring seamless color accuracy, unrivaled performance, and end-to-end environmental responsibility. Z Core Displays With HP Eye Ease, the Z Core displays bring wellbeing to the workforce as the world’s first performance monitor series with always-on low-blue-light , keeping users performing in ultimate comfort with zero impact on color fidelity.HP ZCentral with NVIDIA Omniverse powers remote collaboration and co-creation in today’s hybrid work environment Z DreamColor Displays set industry standards with a new class of visual tools for the creatorPALO ALTO, Calif., Oct. 20, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today at Adobe® MAX, HP Inc. announced its latest innovations to the HP Create Ecosystem to capture, create, and experience. HP continues evolving the Create Ecosystem, offering creators new remote solutions and the necessary tools to collaborate, accelerate workflows, and iterate, ensuing they can truly share their creations and work in real-time from any environment. Additionally, the next-generation Z by HP and DreamColor displays are reimagined with the creator in mind, providing seamless color accuracy, industry-leading performance, and an ultra-thin frameless design.As creators work in new hybrid work environments, the need for the right technology and tools to keep them productive, connected, and collaborative has never been more essential. Eighty percent of companies are doing what they can to keep up with today’s new normal by accelerating the adoption of collaboration applications for workers2. Even in a pandemic, the creative community never stops creating as consumers still crave the entertainment and the escape that artists, designers, and engineers bring to the world. The importance of enabling remote work for creators will continue to increase, with 80% of creators reporting a desire to continue to work from home post-pandemic3.“HP is at the forefront of curating experiences that align to the way creators work and live with a comprehensive ecosystem of tools and solutions,” said Jim Nottingham, general manager and global head, Advanced Compute and Solutions, HP Inc. “Today, we are raising the bar with premium displays that enhance the creative canvas, and combining ZCentral with NVIDIA Omniverse, creative professionals can now manage their digital workflows from anywhere with almost any application.”Collaborate and Iterate Remotely:HP is expanding its HP Create Ecosystem vision, announced at Adobe MAX 2019, to include new projects, partnerships, and products that support the creative communities evolving workstyles.HP ZCentral makes it easy for creators to take advantage of remote access to workstation power with Emmy®-award winning ZCentral Remote Boost software. The real-time collaboration capability of this solution is a powerful tool for artists, designers, and engineers – enabling them to be productive and collaborate while at home, in the office, or working in a remote studio. Additionally, artists can now capture ideas, conceptualize, and work with remote teams using natural inking with the enhanced Wacom display and tablet4 experience.NVIDIA Omniverse coupled with ZCentral, which supports multiple OS environments, provides artists and designers hardware flexibility. NVIDIA Omniverse enables designers, artists, and engineers to work in real-time across multiple programs to create and render 3D environments. Artists can work within their preferred 3D creation program like Substance by Adobe and contribute to a shared 3D scene at the same time within the Omniverse platform.“NVIDIA and HP are working together to provide creators with powerful new tools they need to stay connected, productive, and inspired from any location,” says Richard Kerris, GM of Media and Entertainment, NVIDIA. “Our latest innovations with NVIDIA Omniverse, a platform for virtual collaboration and real-time photorealistic simulation, and HP’s ZCentral Remote Boost Software, which turns any system into a high-performance PC, make it possible for customers to work on graphics \- or compute-intensive projects from anywhere.”“Leveraging the power of HP ZCentral Remote Boost with software like Substance by Adobe and NVIDIA Omniverse allowed our team to simplify workflows and see collaborative results as they created together,” said Chris Eckardt and Anthony Gibbs, creative director, Framestore. “As artists, this new approach will naturally change the way we communicate and the speed at which we're able to evolve ideas because we're able to see and help one another, as opposed to feeling isolated within the pipeline.”“Creatives often need to collaborate with and be inspired by others,” says Sebastien Deguy, VP of 3D and immersive, Adobe. “With today’s announcement, creatives using our 3D and AR apps such as Substance by Adobe can take advantage of the HP Create Ecosystem to be their most productive and collaborative.”HP ZCentral and NVIDIA Omniverse Advantages: * Remote real-time collaboration and co-creation tools designed for 3D workflows * Ability to choose the end-point device and app with HP’s open multi-OS ecosystem (Windows, MacOS, Linux) and NVIDIA’s multi-application support * Seamless support for multi-display setups, 4K, and 60 FPS The Essential Centerpiece for Creatives:Now creatives can experience ideas in new ways by bringing them to life on Z displays specifically curated for creatives. On top of delivering over a billion on-screen colors5 to guarantee color accuracy out of the box, the new HP Z25xs G3 and Z27xs G3 DreamColor displays elevate and simplify creative workflows. Compatible with all devices and platforms, the dynamic new DreamColor monitors are designed to elevate the screen experience and simplify creative workflows. These are the world’s first color critical HDR monitors with one-touch brightness adjust6, simplifying the creative’s workflow with the ability to increase screen lighting in a single movement. * See over a billion on-screen colors7, PANTONE® Validated™ color gamut, up to HDR 600 for greater contrast and vibrant colors, customized workflow color presets, and factory calibrated color right out of the box * Experience complete compatibility without limits connecting to a Mac® or PC with a single USB-C® cable * One-touch brightness allows users to quick view work at maximum brightness with the touch of a button and then back to its previous state without breaking your workflow The six new Z Core displays round out the next generation of premium displays – delivering flawless color accuracy out of the box and ultra-thin profiles. Meeting the need for expansive screen space and ultimate precision, these displays offer a frameless viewing experience with an 82% thinner design than the previous generation. In a survey of creatives, 83% said they use a notebook with USB-C® as their primary computing devices, thus a desire for compatibility, with no limits connecting and powering a Mac® or a PC. The new line-up comes in a range of sizes, up to 4K resolution, and offers complete compatibility across devices with 100W USB-C® power delivery. For IT managers, Z displays come equipped with HP Display Manager, an end-point management solution for displays. HP Display Manager brings the ability to monitor, track, and adjust a fleet of displays remotely8, extending the life of the display and saving energy.Responsibly Reimagined:Z by HP continues to add products with sustainability at top of mind that incorporate ocean-bound plastics, recycled materials, and is innovating in every aspect from packaging to energy efficiency. The new Z Displays are meticulously crafted with ocean-bound plastics10 and post-consumer recycled materials11, continuing HP’s unwavering commitment to the environment with the world’s most sustainable PC portfolio12. From screw-to-screen, every design choice in the latest portfolio of premium displays was made with uncompromising intention and responsibility. The plastics in the breakthrough Z Display portfolio consist of over 80% post-consumer and ocean bound plastics13, while 75% of all aluminum content has been upcycled, and the packaging is 100% sustainably sourced. Companies and creatives can now maintain a commitment to protecting the environment without sacrificing pro-grade performance or sophisticated style.Pricing and availability14: * HP Z25xs G3 QHD USB-C DreamColor Display is expected to be available in March 2021 for a starting price of $599 * HP Z27xs G3 4K USB-C DreamColor Display is expected to be available in March 2021 for a starting price of $749 * HP Z24f G3 FHD Display is expected to be available in January 2021 for a starting price of $239. * HP Z24n G3 WUXGA Display is expected to be available in January 2021 for a starting price of $299 * HP Z24u G3 WUXGA Display is expected to be available in May 2021 for a starting price of $349 * HP Z27q G3 QHD Display is expected to be available in January 2021 for a starting price of $399 * HP Z27u G3 QHD Display USB-C is expected to be available in March 2021 for a starting price of $449 * HP Z27k G3 4K USB-C Display is expected to be available in March 2021 for a starting price of $599About HP HP Inc. creates technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere. Through our product and service portfolio of personal systems, printers and 3D printing solutions, we engineer experiences that amaze. More information about HP Inc. is available at http://www.hp.com.Conor Driscoll, Z by HP firstname.lastname@example.org www.hp.com/go/newsroom ©Copyright 2020 HP 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. ________________1 Based on HP's internal analysis of commercial desktop monitors with color space that includes SRGB and DCI-P3 or Adobe RGB with factory calibrated color presets named according to workflow and compatible with Mac and PC as of October 19, 2020. 2 HP Proprietary Research, 5/2020, n = 1070 ITDMs; US, Japan, UK [IT POV] 3 HP Proprietary Research, 2020 4 Wacom pen and tablet are sold separately. 5 Over a billion colors may require through A-FRC technology. 6 Based on HP's internal analysis of commercial desktop monitors with color space that includes SRGB and DCI-P3 or Adobe RGB with factory calibrated color presets named according to workflow and compatible with Mac and PC as of October 19, 2020. 7 Over a billion colors may require through A-FRC technology. 8 HP Display Manager software agent must be running on a web server and host PC. 9 Based on HP's internal analysis of monitor series with 99% sRGB and factory color calibration (less than or equal to 2 Delta E) with always-on low-blue-light as of October 20, 2020. 10 Percentage of ocean-bound plastic contained in each component varies by product. 11 Percentage of ocean-bound plastic contained in each component varies by product. 12 Applies to HP PCs, Workstations and Displays manufactured after January 2019. Based on most Gold and Silver EPEAT® registrations by meeting all required criteria and achieving 50-74% of the optional points for EPEAT® Silver and 75-100% of the optional points for EPEAT® Gold according to IEEE 1680.1-2018 EPEAT®. Status varies by country. Visit www.epeat.net for more information. *Applies to HP PCs, Workstations and Displays manufactured after January 2019. Based on most Gold and Silver EPEAT® registrations by meeting all required criteria and achieving 50-74% of the optional points for EPEAT® Silver and 75-100% of the optional points for EPEAT 13 Recycled plastic content percentage is based on the definition set in the IEEE 1680.1-2018 EPEAT standard 14 Pricing from HP.com, subject to change without notice. Retailers pricing may vary.Photos accompanying this announcement are available at:https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/0df86337-74a9-474a-8c6c-20112797b7a5https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/c787262b-8587-4cde-b829-ffeb05284565https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/e7c965a2-5d73-40e2-8f3d-7342eb11c56chttps://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/6f292c7c-8eb1-4088-b1b2-56fc2d5cb1fa
Moody’s Investors Service (“Moody’s”) has completed a periodic review of the ratings of Hewlett-Packard International Bank DAC and other ratings that are associated with the same analytical unit. The review was conducted through a portfolio review in which Moody’s reassessed the appropriateness of the ratings in the context of the relevant principal methodology(ies), recent developments, and a comparison of the financial and operating profile to similarly rated peers. Since 1 January 2019, Moody’s practice has been to issue a press release following each periodic review to announce its completion.
(Bloomberg) — HP Inc. agreed to pay $6 million as part of a settlement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on charges the printer maker violated antifraud law in its effort to boost sales of ink supplies.The technology company misled investors about the impact of sales practices that were meant to help reach revenue and earnings targets in 2015 and 2016, the SEC said Wednesday in a statement. Besides paying the penalty, HP consented to a cease-and-desist order but neither admitted nor denied the SEC’s findings.“We are pleased to have resolved this matter, which involves historical disclosures from nearly five years ago,” an HP spokeswoman said in an email.HP regional managers used incentives to accelerate ink sales that the company had expected to materialize in subsequent quarters, the SEC said. In one region, their tactics included selling printing supplies at significant discounts to resellers known to sell outside of their designated territories, which violated HP’s policy and distributor agreements. The company didn’t disclose uncertainties related to these practices.The company also didn’t fully disclose product inventory among some of its channel partners, which gave investors an incomplete picture of the company’s market performance. The SEC said HP changed its go-to-market model in part to address these undisclosed sales practices and undertook a channel inventory reduction that lowered its net revenue by about $450 million during the third and fourth quarters of 2016.HP’s alleged practices in 2015 and 2016 underscore its long attempt to protect its printing franchise, which provides the lion’s share of the company’s profit. HP has struggled with declining demand for printed pages as the world grows more digital. The company has tried to solidify sales by offering ink subscription services, relying more on corporate customers and making counterfeit ink products incompatible with some of its printers, so that consumers have no choice but to buy genuine HP products.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
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