CNET News.com: Gateway tries on Red Hat for sizeSep 07, 1999, 18:57 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Gateway, a company best known for its home computer systems, is the latest company to join the Linux movement."
"The step follows competitors Compaq, IBM, Hewlett-Packard, and Dell, all of which offer systems certified for Linux... These computing leaders have promised for several months that they would configure their own server models to work with Linux, but to date only Dell offers servers installed with the Linux operating system as a standard feature.
Also today, Red Hat announced the opening of its new Japanese office, called Red Hat Japan, which will sell Red Hat software and services directly to the Japanese market. Following the news, stock in Red Hat, which went public just last month, peaked at an all-time high of $96. ... International expansion was one of the goals of Red Hat's initial public offering, which raised the company $84 million in August."
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