PALO ALTO, Calif. -- HP (NYSE:HPQ - News) today announced a broad portfolio of Microsoft-ready hardware, software, services and solutions to help ensure customers experience a seamless transition to the upcoming Microsoft Windows® Server 2008.
HP technologies, when used in conjunction with Microsoft Windows Server 2008, can help businesses achieve more control, greater flexibility and increased protection of their IT investments.
During the development cycle for Windows Server 2008, HP engineers worked with Microsoft and early adopter customers to make sure that its Business Technology portfolio performed well when tested in a range of scenarios that customers experience, such as the automation of daily management tasks, tightening security, improving efficiency and increasing the availability of business-critical applications.
HP and Microsoft have a longstanding relationship that includes collaborative product engineering and development that equips customers with high-quality and cost-effective solutions.
HP understands infrastructure selection is critical to the success of IT applications and the business processes that depend on it, said Scott Farrand, vice president, Industry Standard Server Software, HP. HP has actively engaged with Microsoft for more than three years to ensure that customers can rely on HP technology and Windows Server 2008 to build the IT infrastructure behind a more efficient and successful business.