Microsoft, HP announce 'Infrastructure-To-Application' partnership

With this strategic partnership, HP and Microsoft will collaborate on an engineering road map for data management machines; converged, pre-packaged application solutions; comprehensive virtualization offerings; and integrated management tools. Delivered through the industry’s most extensive sales and partner network, these dynamic IT solutions will provide the following:

  1. Increased business efficiency
  2. Improved application performance, reliability and availability
  3. Enhanced operations
  4. Investment protection and low total cost of ownership Source:
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A joint investment of US$250 million, over the next 3 years, will significantly simplify technology technology environments for businesses of all sizes.

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