HP Networking is the networking division of Hewlett Packard Enterprise

HP FlexNetwork Architecture is a network architecture to provide networking services and a consistent network architecture for the data center, campus and branch offices.

HP Networking is the networking division of Hewlett Packard Enterprise

HP Networking is the networking division of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, within the HP Enterprise Business segment. HP's networking division was previously known as HP ProCurve. In April 2010, following HP's acquisition of 3Com Corporation, HP combined the ProCurve and 3Com entities as HP Networking

HP Enterprise acquired the largest independent wireless company in the industry, Aruba Networks, and they’ve announced a partnership with Arista Networks. 

HP FlexNetwork Architecture is a network architecture developed by Hewlett-Packard to provide networking services and a consistent network architecture for the data center, campus and branch offices. It was developed to support technologies such as virtualization and cloud computing. HP FlexNetwork Architecture encompasses four products: HP FlexFabric, used to improve performance and latency in virtualized server environments; HP FlexCampus, used to connect wired and wireless networks in environments that support mobile and rich media applications; HP FlexBranch, used to improve network service delivery in branch offices; and HP FlexManagement, a single-pane-of-glass management platform that spans all of the FlexNetwork Architecture.