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LinuxPR: Caldera Systems Selects CompUSA As Authorized Linux Education Center

Dec 27, 1999, 13:02 (0 Talkback[s])

"Caldera's Goal of Linux Education Everywhere Leaps Forward in the U.S."

"Caldera Systems, Inc. today announced the selection of CompUSA Inc... as an Authorized Linux Education Center (ALEC). Caldera Systems will provide authorized Linux training at CompUSA stores in 14 major markets. The markets include five in California: Los Angeles, San Diego, Anaheim, Sacramento and San Francisco. Other major markets are New York, Washington D.C., Dallas, Chicago, Miami, Boise and Lexington. Course registration begins December 15, 1999 for training starting January 3, 2000."

"As a major force in the retail channel, CompUSA has helped get OpenLinux to the consumer and now, through their in-store learning centers, they'll help us train the growing community of Linux users," said Royce Bybee, vice president of sales for Caldera Systems. "CompUSA's reputation will allow us to reach our objective of broadening the availability of Linux training."

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