HP, Red Hat expand relationship

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developer of the free Linux operating system, announced on Tuesday a broader



The partners said in a statement that they aimed to be first to market with

Linux servers running on a soon-to-be-released high-end Intel Corp. microchip,

Itanium-2, on which HP has cooperated.

All HP ProLiant servers, a line it inherited from Compaq Computer Corp. in

the companies' May merger, blade servers, and servers and workstations running

on Itanium 2-based chips will be available with Red Hat Linux software, they

said in a statement.

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