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A New Look: 1960’s HP Logo Redesign
Shortly after introducing its first computer, Hewlett-Packard redesigned its logo for the first time in more than 20 years. The iconic lowercase initials within a circle remained, but the legs of the ...
Arthur Clarke’s 9100A from Hewlett-Packard
The 9100A programmable calculator captured the popular imagination about what was possible in a way few technological breakthroughs ever achieve. In 1967, when Barney Oliver (left) and Bill Hewlett (c ...
Doctor’s Orders: HP Acquires Sanborn
Hewlett-Packard entered the field for medical electronics with the acquisition of the Sanborn Company of Waltham, Massachusetts, in 1961. Sanborn continued as a distinct division within Hewlett-Packar ...
HP-TV Studio: Quiet on the Set
Hewlett-Packard’s first in-house HP-TV television studio began at Page Mill Road around 1967. Since then, video has been an integral communication strategy for the company and has routinely been used ...
John Young: From Engineer to CEO
Hewlett-Packard’s rapid growth and unique company culture meant that employees who embraced the company ethos could go far. The young engineer on the far right watching a microwave product test is Joh ...
Purpose Built: Open Floorplan at HP
The interior of Hewlett-Packard production facilities throughout the world — like this one in Germany — followed the same conceptual floor plan as their American counterparts, combining individual spa ...
The Idea Board: Early Breadboards at HP
In the days before breadboards could be virtual or solderless, they were circuits built into flat wooden panels that engineers used to prototype circuits. This breadboard belonged to Fred Johnstone.