Canonical, developer of the open source operating system Ubuntu, has announced that Dell will sell PCs with the pre-installed Ubuntu operating system in its over 100 new retail stores in China.
Paul-Henri Ferrand, president for the Asia Pacific and Japan regions of Dell, revealed that Dell China's revenue increased by 22% during the first quarter of 2012 fiscal year.
To increase its market share in China, Dell plans to set up over one thousand retail centers in 2011 and open another one thousand after-sales service sites in small cities in China.
Chinese electronics retailer Suning has signed a direct supply agreement with HP, making it the only direct supply channel provider for HP in China.
Taiwan-based PC agent marketing company Genuine C&C has become Dell's exclusive retail agent in Taiwan, selling complete Dell products such as notebooks, desktops and LCD products.
In a further move away from its old direct-to-consumer business model, Dell (DELL) has formally announced plans to sell laptop and desktop computers in Suning's consumer electronics stores and to expand its relationship with Gome,…
Michael Dell, founder of Dell Corporation, comes to China today to attend the ceremony of Dell PC products' entry into Zhongguancun Hengchang Electronic City, a move that marks the ownership of a full-range retail channel…