InfoWorld: HP, Dell, and Compaq herald Linux hardware, service plansJan 30, 1999, 01:52 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Our customers are asking for Linux support on NetServers, and we are beginning to see adoption in corporate [markets]," said Hannah Lewis, HP NetServer product manager. The company will make Linux available to a broad portion of its enterprise customers with the qualification of its entire Intel-based NetServer line for Red Hat Linux by summer's end, Lewis said. "
"Red Hat will announce next week that Dell and Red Hat have certified certain configurations of the Dell PowerEdge 1300 and 2300 servers, as well as the Dell Precision 410 and 610 workstations for use with Red Hat Linux."
"Compaq is announcing next week support for Linux on its Alpha Server DS20 line. Compaq resellers will have the option of providing any version of Linux on the servers, and will also provide the needed support."
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