Microsoft and HP today announced a $250 million technology development partnership and a series of software/hardware/service rollouts that HP CEO Mark Hurd called "the deepest level of collaboration and integration" in his company's history.

The agreement, which appears to have no official name, is to develop a comprehensive software/hardware stack that is preconfigured, tested and optimized for use in public and private cloud data center environments.

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