Ex-HP exec joins StreamServe board

Peter Blackmore, who lost his job at Hewlett-Packard in August, is now a director of the board for the Swedish software company.

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Peter Blackmore, the former head of enterprise sales for , is now a director of the board of software company StreamServe, the company said Friday.

StreamServe, based in Sweden, sells software to make it easier for business partners to share information. Earlier in September, the company announced a new push to expand sales in North America.