Hewlett-Packard Co. still has a public cloud -- but won't try to compete head-on against Amazon Web Services and several other public clouds that are pulling away from the proverbial pack. Here's why.

HP will focus more of its time selling its servers and hardware to third-party cloud providers rather than competing head-on vs. AWS, Google Cloud Platform, IBM SoftLayer and Microsoft Azure, according to The New York Times. However, the Times does not definitively state whether HP's own public cloud is alive or dead. 

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