HP & MICROSOFT IN $250Mil PACT …..

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HP & MICROSOFT IN $250Mil PACT …..

 user 2010-01-18 at 10:21:48 am Views: 40
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    HP & MICROSOFT IN $250Mil CLOUD
    COMPUTING PACT

    In a recent development, HP
    and Microsoft have tied up for a three-year engagement to help
    companies move to cloud computing. The two companies aim to simplify
    technology environments for businesses of all sizes and plan to invest
    $250 million.

    The tie-up aims to build joint solutions based on
    industry standards and utilise existing data center investments, all
    managed through a common framework. This approach will enable customers
    to integrate private or public cloud computing models as their business
    requires. The two companies will collaborate on the Windows Azure
    platform, with HP and Microsoft offering services, and Microsoft
    continuing to invest in HP hardware for Windows Azure infrastructure.

    With
    this strategic partnership, HP and Microsoft will collaborate on an
    engineering road map for data management machines; converged,
    pre-packaged application solutions; comprehensive virtualisation
    offerings; and integrated management tools.

    Steve Ballmer, CEO,
    Microsoft, said, “This agreement, which spans hardware, software and
    services, will enable business customers to optimise performance with
    push-button simplicity at the lowest possible total cost of ownership.
    Our extended partnership will transform the way large enterprises
    deliver services to their customers, and help smaller organisations
    adopt IT to grow their businesses. Microsoft and HP are betting on each
    other so our customers don’t have to gamble on IT.”

    HP and
    Microsoft will deliver the new infrastructure-to-application model as
    integrated offerings for large, heterogeneous data center environments
    as well as through solutions designed for small and mid-size businesses.
    According to the companies, these new solutions are available
    immediately, with new offerings being introduced throughout the next
    three years.

    http://www.techtree.com/India/News/Microsoft_HP_Together_on_Cloud/551-108772-643.html