InfoWorld: Corel and Borland band for LinuxSep 28, 1999, 21:17 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Corel and Inprise will collaborate on development of Linux products, including Corel's office applications and Inprise's application development tools, the chief executives from both companies announced today. The accord between the companies also calls for joint marketing and distribution efforts, the officials said."
"The key thing about Linux is that it's all about freedom," said Michael Cowpland, Corel's president and CEO, during his keynote address at Comdex Miami '99 this afternoon. "The time to get into Linux is now..."
"Linux, the popular open-source operating system, lacks RAD tools, so Inprise's efforts will help fill a gap and give developers much needed tools, Cowpland said."
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