Palo Alto Sites
(November 3, 2017)
As part of the "HPE Next"
-- announced on October 18, 2017 --
HPE to sell Hanover Street site. HPI stays on Page Mill Road.
"HPE plans to sell its Palo Alto building and relocate employees
to newer, nearby sites including San Jose, Milpitas and the
company’s state-of-the-art HPE Aruba offices in Santa Clara,
which will become the new global headquarters.
"The HPE Aruba offices were recently built as a showcase for
Aruba’s intelligent workplace technologies. The building is a
next-generation digital workplace that provides innovative tools
to enable employees to quickly and efficiently locate each
other, find appropriate meeting spaces and use technology to
“Over the past two years we’ve made tremendous progress towards
becoming a simpler, nimbler and more focused company... an
innovative new building that provides a next-generation digital
experience for our employees, customers and partners. Our new
building will better reflect who HPE is today and where we are
heading in the future.
"In partnership with HP Inc., HPE will continue to jointly
support the Founder’s Office of Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard,
as well as the nearby Hewlett-Packard Garage, where
Hewlett-Packard was founded.
The 230,000 sq ft building -- on Scott between Lawrence and
Bowers -- was in the works before HP bought wireless networking
company Aruba in 2015.
--SV Biz Journal, 2015
"Housed in a new LEED Silver building, it includes multiple
types of community spaces, quiet zones, collaboration areas,
right-sized workstations, hot desking options... smart
innovations required to empower the GenMobile workforce.
Providing high-performance connectivity is no longer enough.
"Employees need tools to quickly and efficiently locate each
other, find an appropriate meeting space and use technology to
--Aruba "case study"
Hanover Street site to the
north; Page Mill Road site to the south. 11/3/2017.