Hewlett-Packard invites you to “Grab some inspiration, Dive deep into technology, and Make connections” on December 4-6, 2012 at the HP Discover 2012, taking place at the Messe Frankfurt trade fair grounds in Germany. We’ll be there covering all the action, so be sure to watch live broadcasts on our YouTube network, and check back to SiliconAngle regularly for updates.
Hear featured speakers such as HP CEO Meg Whitman, DreamWorks Animation CEO Co-founder and Director Jeffrey Katzenberg, HP Senior VP and GM David Scott, talk about their vision for the future of HP, new and innovative technology technology that would shape the future, and how the company envisions success for enterprises facing an ever-accelerating pace of change.
There will also be confidential disclosure sessions that will give attendees a sneak peek at what HP has in development, as well as hear keynote speakers such as Senior Vice President and General Manager for HP Cloud Services Zorawar Biri Singh and Enterprise Group Solutions and Marketing Strategy for Hewlett-Packard Company Duncan Campbell talk about strategic approach to converged cloud, information optimisation, security and risk management, and more.
Attendees can also take advantage of special events happening at HP Discover 2012 such as the HP Discover Party which will feature performances from Nile Rodgers & CHIC. And you shouldn’t miss going to the HP Discover Zone, where all the action will be taking place. Better equip yourself with a Map for the event so you can better plan your itinerary and maximize your experience.
Social sites will also be worth looking into and you can hear straight from HP via Facebook, their official blog, on Twitter as well as discovering via the Twitter hashtag #HPDiscover. You can also follow HP CEO Meg Whitman – @MegWhitman, HP employee Catherine Campbell – @cmlcampbell, @SiliconANGLE, @Wikibon, via SiliconANGLE analyst: SiliconANGLE analysts: John Furrier – @furrier, Dave Vellante – @dvellante, Jeff Kelly – @jeffreyfkelly, and Stuart Miniman – @stu, on Twitter to hear the latest news on HP Discover 2012.
No news yet if there will be a mobile or web app for the event, but we’ll update this article when we find out more information.