Intel, Yahoo, and HP partnering for cloud computing

Hewlett-Packard, Intel, and Yahoo are partnering for cloud computing research and education in order to advance the development and adoption of large-scale, data-intensive Internet-hosted applications and related IT infrastructure. By banding together, the trio of computer industry titans hopes to foster collaboration among vendors, universities, and government agencies around cloud computing, whose progress is hampered […]

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Hewlett-Packard, Intel, and Yahoo are partnering for cloud computing research and education in order to advance the development and adoption of large-scale, data-intensive Internet-hosted applications and related IT infrastructure.

By banding together, the trio of computer industry titans hopes to foster collaboration among vendors, universities, and government agencies around cloud computing, whose progress is hampered by “financial and logistical barriers,” the companies said Tuesday.

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