LinuxPlanet: Dell Takes More Steps into Linux
Apr 30, 2004, 21:15 (15 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jacqueline Emigh)
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"Dell, a long-time member of the Wintel camp, has started taking
more steps into Linux, often hand-in-hand with various software
partners. Outside of splashier deals with the likes of Red Hat,
Oracle, and SAP in North America, Dell has more quietly started
selling SUSE Linux and Red Flag distributions on other continents.
Meanwhile, Dell's been working with developers of all sizes on
several Linux projects.
"This week, Dell and SAP rolled out a new services program, in
which the two companies will help big enterprises to outfit their
Dell servers with SAP software. A few weeks ago, Dell and Oracle
announced plans to package Dell servers with Oracle