SXSW: Your vote counts

AUGUST 12, 2022


  • HPE has submitted five different proposals for consideration for SXSW
  • Panel voting is now live. Voting ends on August 21

South by Southwest (SXSW), an annual gathering in Austin that celebrates the convergence of technology and culture, has opened its call for community voting on panels that will be presented at the event

This year, HPE has submitted five different proposals for consideration in the program and we need your help. These proposals showcase the incredible work different teams within HPE are doing to advance innovation and improve society, everything from gaming and AI to edge computing in space.

To ensure these proposals advance to the big stage at SXSW next March, we need to demonstrate that there is interest in the topics we suggested. SXSW is enlisting community voting on these proposals through August 21, and each of you can have a hand in making our submissions successful.

You can view the proposals and cast your votes for HPE’s submissions at the links below:

●        Changing the World with its Fastest Computer, with Oak Ridge National Laboratory

●        Reinventing Space with Edge Computing

●        Making Gaming more inclusive with Data and AI, with Evil Geniuses

●        Degree not required: Reimagining tech recruiting

●        The Metaverse: A Blueprint for Employee Engagement

How to Vote: 
To vote you will need to visit and sign in or create an account using your email. You can then vote for each proposal once using the “up arrow” on the page. You have until August 21 to vote.

Thank you in advance for your help in making our submissions successful, and we look forward to sharing more SXSW news with you soon.

Happy Voting!


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