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HP Partners With Google To Bring Project Starline out of the Lab and Into the Workplace

By Alex Cho, President, Personal Systems, HP Inc.

May 13, 2024

Delivering the Next Generation of Communication Devices for Authentic Human Connections


With more than half of meaning and intent communicated through body language versus words alone, an immersive collaboration experience plays an important role in creating authentic human connections in hybrid environments.

Project Starline is a breakthrough communications technology by Google that offers a genuinely realistic meeting experience. Using advancements in AI, 3D imaging, and other technologies, Starline creates a unique, lifelike interaction that feels more like being together in the same room than conventional video calls.

We are excited to share that we’re partnering with Google to start commercializing the Starline experience in 2025, with a focus on connecting distributed teams and individuals in the workplace.

HP's expertise in computing, combined with our leadership in Poly audio and video technology, makes HP well-equipped to deliver the solution needed for this new and innovative experience. Our strong partnerships in unified communications, audiovisual technology, and the collaboration space, along with our global presence and salesforce, will help bring the unique Starline experience to more people worldwide.

We are proud to partner with Google to bring this technology to market, harnessing the power of AI to shape the future of collaboration. We look forward to sharing more details later this year.

Read Google’s blog post on the partnership here.

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