A new collaboration between the University of Houston and Hewlett Packard Enterprise will aim to use data science for solving problems in health care, energy and other local industries. The two organizations on Friday announced that Hewlett Packard Enterprise will give $10 million to the university's Data Science Institute, which will be renamed the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute. The money from Hewlett Packard Enterprise will also provide funding for a scholarship endowment and equipment to enhance data science research activities. In addition, Hewlett Packard Enterprise leaders will become lecturers for UH classes, and UH researchers can help solve problems for Hewlett Packard Enterprise customers. Students will likewise work on research areas suggested by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, part of an effort to focus on real-world problems.
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At Tuesday's opening General Session, hear from Hewlett Packard Enterprise President and Chief Executive Officer, Meg Whitman as well as Hewlett Packard Enterprise senior executives Antonio Neri and John Hinshaw on harnessing hybrid infrastructure to increase agility and deliver great customer experiences.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. said it would spin off and merge its struggling IT services business with Computer Sciences Corp., allowing the company to focus on its faster growing businesses. Shares of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, formed after Hewlett-Packard Co. formally split in November, rose 10.5 percent in extended trading on Tuesday. Computer Sciences' shares jumped 19.5 percent to 42.6. Under Chief Executive Meg Whitman, Hewlett Packard Enterprise has been restructuring its IT consulting and services group. The company sold at least 84 percent of its 60.5 percent stake in Indian IT services provider Mphasis Ltd to Blackstone Group for 1.1 billion in April.