Storage Technology capitalised on partnerships with Hewlett-Packard and IBM to improve its Q4 results.
In its Q4 to 31 December, the company made $83.7 million, up from $67.8 million in Q4 1996, on turnover of $663.9 million, up from $620.7 million in Q4 1996. chief executive David Weiss said OEM deals with Hewlett-Packard, for Storagetek?s Timber Wolf library, and IBM helped boost the results.
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