Details of the recent IT outsourcing mega-deal signed by German utility company E.ON have been made public.
As revealed by Computer Weekly's Inside Outsourcing blog, at the beginning of November, HP won a contract to run E.ON's desktops and datacentres with T-Systems taking control of the networks.
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The company is to pay HP $1.4bn (£897m) over five years to provide its datacenter services and desktop services to over 80,000 workers.
A total of 1,100 E.ON employees will transfer to HP in April.
T-Systems won a €1bn contract that will last between five and seven years. It will take over responsibility for the management of voice and data networks.
About 220 workers will transfer to T-Systems from E.ON.