Microsoft, HP Announce 'infrastructure-to-app' Partnership

Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft will invest US$250 million over three years on a product integration strategy meant to "significantly simplify" technology deployments for companies of all sizes, they said Wednesday.

The agreement will employ a new "infrastructure-to-application" model and result in prepackaged offerings that combine servers, storage, networking and applications.

Executives are discussing the pact at a press conference currently under way.

(More to follow.)

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