Dell makes first entry into workstation market

McAleer, Bernard
August 1997
Electronic News;08/04/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2179, p42
Trade Publication
Reports on Dell Computer's launch of its Dell WorkStation 400 computer. Foray into the workstation market for the first time; Target users of the workstation line; Establishment of a separate organization to deal with workstations; Features and capabilities of the workstation.


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