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LinuxPR: Compaq Delivers Expanded Linux Server and Desktop Solutions for Demanding Applications

Aug 22, 2000, 13:39 (0 Talkback[s])

"Furthering its commitment to develop innovative solutions for the Linux marketplace, Compaq Computer Corporation (NYSE: CPQ) today announced new Linux products and partner-based offerings that will enable its Linux customers to achieve new levels of enterprise availability, scalability and management. Building on its broad Linux support ranging from handhelds, portables and desktops to ProLiant and Alpha servers, Compaq will now offer pre-loaded Linux on select ProLiant servers, Linux-certified desktops, expanded Intelligent Manageability tools, and broader Linux version portability and development support."

"Today's announcement offers service providers, enterprises and software developers the end-to-end computing platforms and services needed to support increased traffic demands and more complex applications on Linux, such as e-commerce and data analysis. Compaq will showcase its new Linux offerings at LinuxWorld 2000, booth # 1232, Aug. 15 - 17 in San Jose, Calif."

"Compaq is delivering the most robust Linux solutions, meeting our customers' need for greater flexibility and expanded choice in developing their e-business platforms," said Gary Campbell, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Enterprise Servers, Compaq Corp. "By providing comprehensive Linux solutions and support across all Compaq product lines and driving industry collaboration and support for open source development, Compaq offers our customers the foundation needed to build, manage and grow a successful Internet infrastructure."

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