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Mrinal Pal

HP Enterprise (NYSE:HPE) shares soared more than 7% in extended-hours trading as the IT giant posted fourth-quarter results that topped expectations and issued a strong forecast for fiscal 2023.

For the period ending October 31, HP Enterprise (HPE) said it earned an adjusted 57 cents per share on $7.87B in revenue, the company's second-highest quarterly revenue in its history.

Included in the $7.87B was $965M from the company's intelligent edge division, up 18% year-over-year. Sales related to high performance computing and artificial intelligence was $862M, down 14% year-over-year, while compute revenue, the compay's largest division, rose 16% to $3.7B.

Storage revenue rose 4% to $1.3B, while financial services revenue was $857M, flat year-over-year.

Gross margins during the quarter were 32.9%, down 160 basis points sequentially, but flat year-over-year. Non-GAAP gross margins were 33.1%, up 10 basis year-over-year and down 160 basis points sequentially.

A consensus of analysts were expecting HP Enterprise (HPE) to earn 57 cents on $7.39B in revenue.

“HPE had an impressive fourth quarter, generating an outstanding performance across our key performance metrics,” said Antonio Neri, president and CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise in a statement. “We are producing strong financial results as we meet new customer needs with the edge-to-cloud portfolio that only we can deliver.”

The company returned $282M to shareholders during the period in the form of dividends and share repurchases.

Looking ahead, HP Enterprise (HPE) said it expects to earn between $1.96 and $2.04 per share, excluding one-time items, compared to analysts' estimates of $2.03 per share.

Full-year free cash flow is expected to be between $1.9B and $2.1B, while first-quarter revenue is forecast to be between $7.2B and $7.6B, above expectations of $7B.

HP Enterprise (HPE) is slated to host a conference call at 5 p.m. EST to discuss the results.

Late last month, HP Enterprise (HPE) lowered its adjusted earnings estimate for 2023 at its analyst day due in part to continued headwinds from foreign exchange.

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Killexams : Living With an HP EliteBook 865 G9

While most business customers have gravitated to smaller notebooks—those with 14-inch or smaller screens, typically weighing under 4 pounds—there continue to be those who want bigger displays, which can be easier on the eyes. This year's version of HP's EliteBook 865 (G9) offers a 16-inch display, a full-size keyboard complete with a separate number pad, and the latest AMD Ryzen 7 processor, which offers very good performance.

Measuring 0.76 by 14.1 by 9.9 inches (HWD) and weighing 4.22 pounds in my test configuration (5.16 pounds with the included 110-watt charger), the EliteBook is much larger than most of the executive notebooks I test, but quite reasonable for a 16-inch laptop. The machine, which is primarily aluminum with a magnesium cover, seems quite solid, and the silver color looks fine, though it's not nearly as flashy as something like HP's Elite Dragonfly.

left side HDMI port, a powered USB-A port, and two USB-C ports

Left side of the HP EliteBook 865 G9 (Credit: Molly Flores)

One thing about having a larger machine is that it has more room for ports. On the left side, you'll find an HDMI port, a powered USB-A port, and two USB-C ports (which seem to work fine with Thunderbolt devices), as well as a smart card slot. On the right, there's a mic/headphone jack, another USB-A port, a lock slot, and a space for a nano SIM card (if you have a 4G cellular-enabled model). That's a good selection of ports, though I would find it more convenient if there was a USB-C port on each side, so you can charge more easily.

I've tried the machine with a number of USB-C and Thunderbolt docking stations, including HP's existing Thunderbolt G4 dock, which supports HDMI, 2 Display Ports, and Thunderbolt displays and includes more enterprise management features including vPro support. 

Right side mic/headphone jack, USB-A port, lock slot, and a space for a nano SIM card

Right side of the HP EliteBook 865 G9 (Credit: Molly Flores)

The EliteBook 865 has a decent keyboard with a number pad, along with a large and responsive glass touchpad that's notably bigger than the one on last year's model. I thought the keyboard was good if not great, though I wish the power button was a bit more prominent—it's sixth in from the right on the top (function key) row. It has a fingerprint reader located below the keyboard, and it also supports Windows Hello via the webcam.

The unit I used had a 1,920-by-1,200 display with the 16:10 ratio that has become more common this year, rated at 400 nits of brightness. Other options include a touch-screen version, and one with HP's SureView privacy screen. Given the size, a higher-resolution screen option would have been nice, as you could have put in more detail on things like big spreadsheets, but HP doesn't offer it. Still, the regular display I tested looked fine.

For videoconferencing, it offers a 5MP camera that seemed very similar to the Elite Dragonfly G3 I tested recently. I thought it looked quite good, and software controls in the included myHP app had options for appearance filtering, lighting adjustment, and an auto-framing feature. As usual, I didn't use these much, but they all seemed to work. There's a physical switch for a webcam cover. It has two front-facing mics, and two bottom side speakers with Bang & Olufsen sound. My test unit came with an Intel XMM 7560R+ 4G/LTE WWAN modem, but there's no 5G option.

The version of the EliteBook 865 unit I tested had a Ryzen 7 Pro 6850U processor, which features eight CPU cores (with 16 threads), a base clock of 2.7GHz and maximum boost clock of 4.7GHz, and Radeon 680M graphics with 12 graphics cores at 2200MHz. The unit I had came with 16GB of memory and a 512GB Samsung SSD.

In my tests, it seemed quite comparable to the ThinkPad Z13 I tested recently, with the same processor. As such, the performance numbers I got ranged from very good to excellent, doing notably better than Intel-based machines on most multitasking and graphics tests. (But to be clear, if professional visualization is your primary concern, you'd be better off looking at a workstation-class machine with dedicated graphics.) Of course, basic tests like daily web browsing or word processing work great on all modern laptops

For my more demanding tests, I saw some real differences with the Ryzen-based machines versus Core i7 ones. Converting a large video in Handbrake took 1 hour, 16 minutes on the EliteBook 865, the fastest time I've seen on a machine with integrated graphics. For comparison, this test took 1 hour, 31 minutes on the ThinkPad Z13 and 1 hour, 57 minutes on the Intel-based Elite Dragonfly G3. This shows a clear lead for the Ryzen-based machines.

On the other hand, running a large portfolio simulation in MatLab took 35 minutes, 50 seconds, much better than the 39 minutes, 59 seconds on the Elite Dragonfly, but not as good as the 34 minutes, 37 seconds on the ThinkPad Z13 or the even-better 33 minutes, 12 seconds on the Intel-based ThinkPad X1 Nano.  

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And it took the EliteBook 47 minutes to execute a very large spreadsheet model, compared to 48 minutes for the Z13 and 36 minutes for the Elite Dragonfly. This is an area where the Intel machines consistently did better, and I speculate it’s because Excel doesn't really take advantage of more than a couple of cores.

Battery life was terrific. My model, with a 76-watt-hour battery, got 17 hours and 42 minutes on PC Mark's Modern Office battery test, the best I've yet seen. (Of course, it does have a bigger battery, which adds size and weight; HP offers models with a 51-watt-hour battery, which would naturally offer shorter battery life.)

Like most of the EliteBook line, the 865 comes with HP's Wolf security, which includes a self-healing BIOS and a root of trust. It also comes with SureClick, a private browser that runs web pages inside isolated virtual machines to protect your machine from malware.  

The unit I tested, with a Ryzen 7 6850U, 16GB of RAM, 512GB SSD, a 76-watt-hour battery, and a WWAN module, has a list price of $2,189. As I write this, I can configure a similar model but without the WWAN option on HP.com for $1,376, with other models for less, including one with a Ryzen 5-6600U processor, 16GB of RAM, 256GB SSD, 51-watt-hour battery, and no WWAN for $1,100. Those prices seem quite reasonable.

Overall, while the EliteBook 865 doesn't stand out, it's a solid notebook with a big screen, lots of nice extras (including that webcam and good security features); and strong performance in most applications.  It's a very capable 16-inch enterprise machine.

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Killexams : How to Fix the Windows Sandbox "No Hypervisor Was Found 0XC0351000" Error © Provided by MUO

Windows Sandbox is a handy utility to test untrusted apps and files in a secure virtual environment. The setup process is pretty straightforward for Windows Sandbox. However, when you try to launch the app, you may encounter the "No Hypervisor was found code 0XC0351000" error.

The error message indicates that Windows Sandbox was unable to detect Hypervisor. This can happen due to many reasons, including incorrectly configured virtual machine-related features in Windows Features.

Follow the steps in the article below to troubleshoot this error on your Windows PC.

1. Check and Enable Virtualization Technology in BIOS

All the virtualization-based tools need hardware virtualization enabled in BIOS to work. If you haven’t configured your hardware virtualization, check if it is enabled in Task Manager. If not, you can manually enable it in BIOS to support virtualization tools.

To check the virtualization status:

  1. Right-click on Start and open Task Manager.
  2. In Task Manager, open the Performance tab.
  3. Next, make sure the CPU tab is selected.
  4. Locate the Virtualization section. If Enabled, skip to the next method.
  5. If Disabled, follow the steps below to enable hardware virtualization on your computer.

Now we'll cover how to enable Hardware Virtualization in BISO on an HP computer. The instructions to enable hardware virtualization may vary depending on your computer manufacturer. You can find specific instructions on your computer manufacturer's website, or check out how to enter the BIOS in Windows 10/11.

  1. Shut down your PC.
  2. Press the Power button and then start pressing the Esc key to view the Start menu.
  3. Press F10 to enter BIOS Setup.
  4. In the BIOS Setup Utility, use the right-left arrow keys to locate and open the Configuration tab.
  5. Next, use the down-up arrow keys to select Virtualization Technology or anything with similar terms.
  6. With the option highlighted, press Enter and select Enabled from the options. Now the Virtualization Technology status will show as Enabled.
  7. Press F10 again to save the changes and exit BIOS.

Wait for your computer to restart. Open Task Manager to see the Virtualization status in the CPU tab. If it says "Enabled," try to open Windows Sandbox to see if it works without the error.

2. Enable Virtual Machine Platform Features

Windows Sandbox is available as an optional feature that you can install from the Windows Features dialog, and we've covered how to do this in our guide on how to enable and set up Windows Sandbox in Windows 11. Similarly, you may need to enable a few additional optional features essential to run the virtualization tool successfully.

The two optional features you need to enable are Virtual Machine Platform and Windows Hypervisor Platform. These tools enable platform support for virtual machines and provide the necessary API to run virtualization software on Windows.

To enable virtualization features:

  1. Press Win + I to open Settings.
  2. Type appwiz.cpl and click OK to open Control Panel.
  3. In the left pane, click on Turn Windows features on or off.
  4. In the Windows Features dialogue, scroll down and locate Virtual Machine Platform and Windows Hypervisor Platform.
  5. Select both options and click OK.
  6. Windows will start installing the necessary files. So, wait for the process to complete. Once done, click on Restart Now to restart your system and apply the changes.

3. Set Hypervisor to Run at System Startup

Windows Sandbox may not work if Hypervisor fails to start during system startup. To fix this issue, you can modify your Boot Configuration Data (BCD) file to launch Hypervisor automatically at system startup.

To set Hypervisor to launch at system startup:

  1. Press the Win key and type cmd. Then, right-click on Command Prompt and select Run as administrator.
  2. In the Command Prompt window, type the following command and press Enter: BCDEDIT /Set {current} hypervisorlaunchtype auto
  3. Wait for the success message and restart your PC.
  4. After the restart, open Command Prompt as administrator and run the following command: bcdedit
  5. Next, scroll down to the Hypervisorlaunchtype entry and make sure it is set to Auto.
  6. Try to launch Windows Sandbox and check if the No Hypervisor was found error is resolved.

Note that with the Hypervisor set to launch at startup, virtual machines running on third-party virtualization tools such as VMWare may not work correctly.

To disable Hypervisor at startup, type the following command in the elevated Command Prompt:

bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype off

Once done, restart your computer to apply the changes.

Get Set With Your Sandbox Again

While only available on the Pro, Enterprise, and Education editions of the Windows 10 and 11 running systems, Sandbox is an excellent lightweight virtualization solution to test unsafe files and apps on your PC.

However, if this virtualization option is unavailable, consider using a Windows Sandbox alternative such as Sandboxie-Plus. It is free to use and works on all the editions of Windows OS.

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Killexams : HP Enterprise Posts a Strong Quarter. But Analysts Unsure if It’s Just Playing ‘Catch Up.’

Hewlett Packard Enterprise stock was rising Wednesday after the enterprise hardware and services company posted a strong quarter, but some analysts were concerned the performance was just “backlog driven.”

HP Enterprise (ticker: HPE) reported fiscal fourth-quarter earnings of 57 cents a share on revenue of $7.87 billion. Analysts surveyed by FactSet expected earning of 57 cents a share on revenue of $7.37 billion.

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Mrinal Pal

HP Enterprise (NYSE:HPE) shares soared more than 7% in extended-hours trading as the IT giant posted fourth-quarter results that topped expectations and issued a strong forecast for fiscal 2023.

For the period ending October 31, HP Enterprise (HPE) said it earned an adjusted 57 cents per share on $7.87B in revenue, the company's second-highest quarterly revenue in its history.

Included in the $7.87B was $965M from the company's intelligent edge division, up 18% year-over-year. Sales related to high performance computing and artificial intelligence was $862M, down 14% year-over-year, while compute revenue, the compay's largest division, rose 16% to $3.7B.

Storage revenue rose 4% to $1.3B, while financial services revenue was $857M, flat year-over-year.

Gross margins during the quarter were 32.9%, down 160 basis points sequentially, but flat year-over-year. Non-GAAP gross margins were 33.1%, up 10 basis year-over-year and down 160 basis points sequentially.

A consensus of analysts were expecting HP Enterprise (HPE) to earn 57 cents on $7.39B in revenue.

“HPE had an impressive fourth quarter, generating an outstanding performance across our key performance metrics,” said Antonio Neri, president and CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise in a statement. “We are producing strong financial results as we meet new customer needs with the edge-to-cloud portfolio that only we can deliver.”

The company returned $282M to shareholders during the period in the form of dividends and share repurchases.

Looking ahead, HP Enterprise (HPE) said it expects to earn between $1.96 and $2.04 per share, excluding one-time items, compared to analysts' estimates of $2.03 per share.

Full-year free cash flow is expected to be between $1.9B and $2.1B, while first-quarter revenue is forecast to be between $7.2B and $7.6B, above expectations of $7B.

HP Enterprise (HPE) is slated to host a conference call at 5 p.m. EST to discuss the results.

Late last month, HP Enterprise (HPE) lowered its adjusted earnings estimate for 2023 at its analyst day due in part to continued headwinds from foreign exchange.

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Killexams : HP Enterprise: Fiscal Q4 Earnings Snapshot

SPRING, Texas (AP) _ Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. (HPE) on Tuesday reported a fiscal fourth-quarter loss of $304 million, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier.

On a per-share basis, the Spring, Texas-based company said it had a loss of 23 cents. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs and stock option expense, were 57 cents per share.

The results met Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of eight analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was also for earnings of 57 cents per share.

The information technology products and services provider posted revenue of $7.87 billion in the period, which topped Street forecasts. Seven analysts surveyed by Zacks expected $7.42 billion.

For the year, the company reported profit of $868 million, or 66 cents per share. Revenue was reported as $28.5 billion.

For the current quarter ending in January, HP Enterprise expects its per-share earnings to range from 50 cents to 58 cents.

The company said it expects revenue in the range of $7.2 billion to $7.6 billion for the fiscal first quarter.

HP Enterprise expects full-year earnings in the range of $1.96 to $2.04 per share.

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