Renault F1 Team and HP France today announced an Official Partnership to provide the team with HP’s most powerful and reliable computing technology.

Key members of the team will use state-of-the-art HP workstations, laptops, desktops and monitors to empower development and improve performance across a range of Renault F1 Team and wider Renault Sport Racing projects.

Having reliable hardware packing the best possible technologies is key in Formula One. HP mobile workstations not only start Renault F1 Team’s R.S.19 cars on the grid but, in an environment where every millisecond is key, also contributes to the overall development of the race car at the factory.

Using the latest HP Z products from HP’s workstations range will further allow Renault Sport Racing design teams to extract the best possible performance in the R&D cycle, thus enabling Renault F1 Team to increase productivity to perform at its best in front of the huge 500m live audience watching throughout the season.

HP is one of the largest technology companies in the world, headquartered in California. Leveraging the expertise of over 55,000 employees across the globe, HP Inc. creates technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere. Through HP’s portfolio of personal systems, printers, and 3D printing solutions, HP engineer experiences that amaze with innovative solutions to meet the challenges of tomorrow.

Pascale Dumas, President, HP France: “We are excited to take part in Renault F1 Team’s strategy to improve performance through our most powerful devices, including the latest products from our HP Z Workstation range. In competitive environments such as Formula One, having the best technology is key to achieving the best possible performance and this is where our products come in.”

Antoine Magnan, Head of Partnerships, Renault Sport Racing: “Innovation and technical excellence are at the very heart of our company. In partnering with HP, we know we are establishing a relationship that will accelerate our performance through their innovative workstations, which will be full exploited by our engineering teams.”

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