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Old 01-17-2006, 12:31 PM   #1
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LXer: Dell in Jeopardy with their Red Hat and Oracle Partnership


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Ed Scannell of VarBusiness published an scathing article called Cracking Dell's Code last week. He wrote: "Shifting market conditions, poor business decisions and lagging technology are creating fissures in the direct-sales giant--and creating opportunities for solution providers." Two days later Oracle and Sun announced the renewal of their partnership. We believe Dell's luke warm commitment to Linux may make them the first casualty of the open source wave.Also consider that Dell sold a total of 5 servers priced over $25,000 in the third quarter while HP and IBM sold thousands. Digg Story

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