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Submission + - HP asks judge to enforce Itanium contract vs. Oracle (reuters.com)

Dupple writes: Hewlett-Packard Co told a judge on Tuesday that Oracle Corp should be ordered to make its software available on HP's Itanium-based servers for as long as HP sells them.

Lawyers for HP and Oracle presented closing arguments in a California state court for the first phase in a bitter lawsuit between the two tech giants. HP attorney Jeffrey Thomas said Oracle was contractually obligated to support Itanium, but Oracle lawyer Dan Wall disagreed.

"HP is using litigation to try to get a contract that HP doesn't have," Wall said.

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HP asks judge to enforce Itanium contract vs. Oracle

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