HP touts $600M from .NET packages

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Looking to show that its $50 million software and services partnership with Microsoft is bearing fruit, Hewlett-Packard said it has realized over $600 million in sales from the joint .NET initiative.

That momentum amounts to more than 1,000 projects for nearly 700 customers worldwide, claimed Nora Denzel, senior vice president and general manager, Adaptive Enterprise at HP, who noted that the pact was not just a bunch of talk.

"We've exceeded 100 percent annual growth rate in the number of engagements we've delivered around .NET," Denzel told internetnews.com.