Did Hewlett Packard (HP) help during the Covid-19 pandemic?

Yes!

RATING: +11
  1. Donated $1M to support communities affected (SecurityBrief)
  2. Donated PCs and printers to hospitals in affected areas (SecurityBrief)
  3. Provided free 3D printing models for ventilator / mask parts (MashViral)(CRN)
  4. Developed an investigational 3D printed nasopharyngeal test swab, designed for use in COVID-19 testing (HP)
  5. Deployed HP BioPrinters and associated supply cassettes, free of charge, to NGOs, government agencies and pharmaceutical companies to accelerate drug and vaccine research to combat COVID-19 (Industry Analysts)
  6. HP Puerto Rico produced hand sanitizer in response to the COVID-19 pandemic (Virtualizate)
  7. Creating a Folding@Home initiative which utilizes a small fraction of processing power from computers around the globe, to achieve massive results and helps towards fighting Covid-19 (HP)
  8. HP launched Print, Play & Learn, a free online resource to support millions of families around the world who have transitioned to learning from home. Collaborating with education leaders, including Education.com, TIME for Kids, Canva, and KiwiCo, HP is curating weekly literacy content as well as worksheets, coloring pages, puzzles and other learning printables for parents with children ages 2-12 (NasDaq)
  9. The HP Graphic Arts Experience Center in Barcelona launched the printing of labels for INEOS of France to donate millions of bottles of hand sanitizers to hospitals across France, UK, Germany and the USA suffering from shortages and lack of supplies (GlobeNewsWire)
  10. HP announced a variety of relief initiatives aimed at arming its global channel partner community to effectively navigate the operational and financial challenges associated with COVID-19 (GlobeNewsWire)
  11. HP Foundation Contributes RM2.17 million To Support Malaysia’s Fight Against COVID-19 (Liveatpc)
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