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Dell to defend Japan

Apr 14, 20061 min
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Dell has landed a $34 million deal to supply 56,000 computers to Japan’s Defense Agency.

According to the AP: “Dell and local partner Uniadex will supply more than 32,000 Optiplex desktop PCs with 15-inch monitors and 24,000 Inspiron notebook PCs to the Ground, Maritime and Air Self-Defense Forces by the end of September, Dell said in a statement.”

Which means Japan will be defenseless by Halloween.

“The order, which also includes software, maintenance and other services, is the largest ever for Dell’s Japanese subsidiary, the company said in a statement.”

Make that Columbus Day.

Via MyWay News