A PHP Error was encountered

Severity: Notice

Message: Only variable references should be returned by reference

Filename: core/Common.php

Line Number: 242

US-Spain Council

Member Spotlight

Hewlett Packard has been in the innovation business for more than 75 years. Our vast intellectual property portfolio and global research and development capabilities are part of an innovation roadmap designed to help organizations of all sizes – from global enterprises to local startups – transition from traditional technology platforms to the IT systems of the future. We help customers use technology to slash the time it takes to turn ideas into value. In turn, they transform industries, markets and lives. Some of our customers run traditional IT environments.

Most are transitioning to a secure, cloud-enabled, mobile-friendly infrastructure. Many rely on a combination of both. Wherever they are in that journey, we provide the technology and solutions to help them succeed. We make IT environments more efficient, productive and secure, enabling fast, flexible responses to a rapidly changing competitive landscape. We enable organizations to act quickly on ideas by delivering infrastructure that can be easily composed and recomposed to meet shifting demands, so they can lead in today’s marketplace of disruptive innovation.

We deliver high-quality, high-value products, consulting, and support services in a single package. That’s one of our principal differentiators. We have industry-leading positions in servers, storage, wired and wireless networking, converged systems, software, services and cloud. And with customized financing solutions and strategy, we can provide the right tech solutions for your unique business goals.   hpe.com


Twitter Feed

NEWS

ACCIONA inaugurates its eighth US wind farm in Texas

San Roman Wind Farm, with 93MW, will produce energy to power more than 30,000 homes. The company reaches 721 MW of wind capacity in the country.

Designing America: Spain’s Imprint in the U.S.

The U.S. Spain Council played a significant role recently in opening the doors for the informative exhibit, Designing America: Spain’s Imprint in the U.S., to be displayed in Santa Barbara, California as part of its US tour. Organized by Fundación Consejo Espana-EE.UU., the U.S. Spain Council’s counterpart in Spain, the exhibit was previously on display in Madrid, Washington DC and Houston.

Fundación Consejo España–Estados Unidos at the XXI Forum

Under the leadership of Honorary Chair U.S. Senator Kaine (D-VA) and Chairman José Manuel Entrecanales, the United States Spain Council and its Spanish counterpart, the Fundación Consejo España–Estados Unidos, will convene prominent leaders of the public and private sectors to discuss common interests at the XXI Forum.

XX Annual Forum Garners Coverage Across the Americas and in Spain

The XX U.S.-Spain Annual Forum, held in St. Augustine, FL from September 18-20, 2015 garnered media attention both in the U.S. and abroad.

Kaine: Pope’s visit is a reminder of America’s Hispanic roots

Senator Tim Kaine reflects on how Pope Francis' U.S. visit is a reminder of our country's Hispanic roots.This op-ed originally ran in the Richmond Times-Dispatch on September 22, 2015.

Emb. James Costos: Por qué es importante la relación España-EEUU

U.S. Ambassador to Spain James Costos highlights Their Royal Majesties’ first official visit as King and Queen to the United States, which culminated at the XX U.S.-Spain Council Annual Forum, in op-ed posted in the Spanish newspaper El Mundo.

Inter-American Dialogue to Honor Spain’s Felipe González & Mexico’s Daniel Chávez Morán

Washington, DC – The Inter-American Dialogue will honor former Spanish Prime Minister Felipe González and Grupo Vidanta founder Daniel Chávez Morán at its inaugural Leadership for the Americas Awards Gala on November 17, 2015 in Washington, DC. Over 500 US and foreign dignitaries are expected to attend the event.

Understanding the Berbers: The Many Faces of a Nomadic People

Member sheds light on the story of the Berbers is complex, their association with the “Spanish” conquest of the Americas is often forgotten.