Frank Cloutier
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Vice President and Chief Technology Officer Imaging and Printing Group Hewlett-Packard Company

Frank Cloutier began his career with Hewlett-Packard Company more than 28 years ago. He is credited with launching and building several significant businesses for HP, including inkjet printers, handheld computers and notebook computers. As Chief Technology Officer for HP's Printing and Imaging Group, Cloutier is responsible for determining strategic businesses and investments, and for establishing key technology partners. With numerous patents in the computer and computer peripheral field to his credit, Cloutier has been recognized with a number of industry awards, including the National Science and Technology Medal from the nation of Singapore and the Contributor of the Year Award from the American Society of Materials. Cloutier earned a B.S. in physics from Northeast Louisiana University in 1973. He also completed the Advanced Management Program at the University of Hawaii in 1991.


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