After 76 years, the tech giant has split into two companies on the 1st of November. “This separation will enable us to accelerate the turnaround we began four years ago,” said Meg Whitman, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, HP. “As two independent, industry-leading companies, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HP Inc. can drive more focused business strategies, innovation roadmaps, and go-to-market models. The separation will also present better choices for investors by creating two distinct and attractive investment profiles.”

HP Inc. will own and operate HP’s market leading printing and personal systems businesses. HP Inc. will have an impressive portfolio and a strong innovation pipeline across areas such as multi-function printing, Ink in the Office, graphics, commercial mobility, and services:

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company (“Hewlett Packard Enterprise”), will provide the cutting-edge technology solutions enterprises need to optimize their traditional IT while helping them build a secure, cloud-enabled, mobile-ready future. Specifically, this company will include HP’s best-in-class portfolio across its Enterprise Group, Enterprise Services, Software and Financial Services businesses: