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Short Take: Dell to open server, workstation plant

Dell Computer will soon begin construction of an Austin, Texas, plant that will manufacture PowerEdge servers and workstations. Since 1996, Dell has grown to be the third-largest server vendor in the United States (and fourth-biggest worldwide); since 1997, Dell has become the third-largest maker of Windows NT-based workstations, according to the company. The new facility, which will operate under the build-to-order scheme, will open late in 1998.

Dell Computer will soon begin construction of an Austin, Texas, plant that will manufacture PowerEdge servers and workstations. Since 1996, Dell has grown to be the third-largest server vendor in the United States (and fourth-biggest worldwide); since 1997, Dell has become the third-largest maker of Windows NT-based workstations, according to the company. The new facility, which will operate under the build-to-order scheme, will open late in 1998.
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