Microsoft, HP to Announce Agreement

Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard plan to announce an "enterprise agreement" Wednesday without disclosing any details about the deal.

Microsoft will be represented by Chief Operating Officer Kevin Turner, while HP plans to send Ann Livermore, executive vice president of HP's technology solutions group to the news
conference on Wednesday afternoon.

Other executives at the press conference will be Peter Boit, Microsoft's vice president of enterprise partners, and John McCain, senior vice present and general manager of HP's services group.

Calls to Microsoft and HP were not immediately returned.

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