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Short Take: Netscape expands distribution in Germany

Netscape Communications has signed up Deutsche Telekom AG to distribute its software to the German telecommunications group's business customers for use in building Internet products and services. The agreement extends an already existing marketing and distribution pact with the leading Internet software company that the two firms reached in 1995 when Telekom began distributing Netscape "browsers" over its commercial online service, Reuters reported today.

Netscape Communications has signed up Deutsche Telekom AG to distribute its software to the German telecommunications group's business customers for use in building Internet products and services. The agreement extends an already existing marketing and distribution pact with the leading Internet software company that the two firms reached in 1995 when Telekom began distributing Netscape "browsers" over its commercial online service, Reuters reported today.