Microsoft wins $21.9 billion contract with U.S. Army to supply augmented reality headsets

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(Reuters) – Microsoft Corp on Wednesday said it has won a deal to sell the U.S. Army augmented reality headsets based on its HoloLens product and backed by Azure cloud computing services.

Citing a Microsoft spokesperson, CNBC reported that the contract could be worth up to $21.88 billion over 10 years.

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