CRN: Corel Wants 50 Percent Of Revenue To Come From Linux AppsFeb 25, 2000, 21:21 (2 Talkback[s])
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"The Ottawa-based developer currently sells Corel Linux OS and has announced the WordPerfect Office 2000 application suite for Linux. It also will add open-source editions of its CorelDraw and other applications this year, said Richard Soloman, VAR account manager at Corel...."
"We're making alliances will many hardware and software manufacturers to ensure that this platform is successful," said Soloman. "We've gotten a lot of feedback from clients that they want alternatives to [Microsoft Corp.'s] Windows. They want to get on the Net, they want to get e-mail, and they want to do it in minutes."
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