| Hewlett Packard Enterprise is a technology provider. Co.'s operations has six business segments: Compute, which provides both general purpose servers for multi-workload computing and workload-optimized servers; High Performance Computing and Artificial Intelligence, which provides integrated systems comprised of software and hardware; Storage, which includes primary storage product and service offerings; Intelligent Edge, which comprises of a portfolio of secure edge-to-cloud solutions operating under the Aruba brand; Financial Services, which provides flexible investment solutions; and Corporate Investments and Other, which includes the Advisory and Professional Services business. The Hewlett Packard Enterprise Stock average annual return since 2015 is shown above.
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