"In a key strategic move, Corel Corporation today announced its
intention to enter into a partnership with Rebel.com to deliver an
enterprise edition of Corel LINUX OS using Rebel.com's OfficeServer
"This new product will provide front and back-end support
for Linux as well as a migration path enabling computer users to
move freely between multiple platforms. Building on its
success in the small to medium-sized enterprise market (SME), Corel
will leverage its acknowledged expertise on the desktop and offer
enterprise clients an affordable and comprehensive Linux server and
Web-based OS solution."
"Since its launch last November, the Corel LINUX OS desktop
edition has gained widespread recognition in the industry. Recent
figures released by PC Data, a market research firm, show Corel is
now ranked second only to Red Hat when tracking the share of
revenues from sales of the Linux operating system in the U.S.
retail market (PC Data Retail Software Report -- April 2000). Most
recently, Corel LINUX OS Deluxe Edition won the Best New Product
Award in the End-User Software Category by Government Computer News
at FOSE 2000, the largest information technology exposition serving
the government marketplace."
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