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July 23, 2007 at 1:56 PM

Redmond’s newest software company: HP

Hewlett-Packard has had people in Redmond forever, working with Microsoft on things like drivers.

With the acquisition of Opsware today, it’s also a pretty big software company in Redmond.

Opsware acquired a 40-person team in Redmond when it acquired Rendition Networks in 2004. Then it added another 45 when it bought iConclude in March.

Opsware has four years left on its lease of a 12,000 square-foot facility in the Willows Road area, according to its 2006 annual report.

I’ve asked HP for details on its Redmond plans and will update when I hear back from them.

UPDATE: HP isn’t saying yet what will happen to the Redmond office, or how many people it employs in the area.

“The future plans for the Redmond site has not yet been determined at this time,” spokeswoman Jean Kondo said via email.

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