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Media Advisory: Dell and Red Hat Teleconference
RalieghUnited States, June 20, 2000
6/20/00 Dell and Red Hat One Source Alliance Launch
|Michael Lambert, Dell, senior vice president, Enterprise Systems Group|
|Dell and Red Hat executives will outline their joint efforts to address the needs of a broad range of customers -- including large and rapidly growing numbers of Internet- and application-service providers and "dot-com" companies -- to harness the power of the Internet.|
|Tuesday, June 20th, 10-11 a.m. Central|
Telephone Bridge:(Q&A after call)
|Domestic -- 888/989-7534|
International -- 712/271-3211
Title -- "Dell and Red Hat Press Conference"
For More Information:
|Bruce Anderson, 512/723-0975, Bruce_Anderson@dell.com|
Heather Lowles, 512/723-6435, email@example.com
Melissa London, 919/547-0012 x226, Melissa@redhat.com
Dell Computer Corporation (Nasdaq:DELL) is the world's leading direct computer systems company, based on revenues of $28.5 billion for the past four quarters, and is a premier provider of products and services required for customers to build their Internet infrastructures. The company ranks No. 56 on the Fortune 500, No. 210 on the Fortune Global 500 and No. 3 on the Fortune "most admired" lists of companies. Dell designs, manufactures and customizes products and services to customer requirements, and offers an extensive selection of software and peripherals. Information on Dell and its products can be obtained on the World Wide Web at www.dell.com.
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