FRAMINGHAM (09/26/2003) - Ohio State University said it plans to buy US$75 million worth of PCs and servers from IBM Corp. over the next three years. The contract includes purchases of IBM's Intel-based xSeries servers running both Linux and Windows, plus its ThinkCentre desktop PCs and ThinkPad notebook devices. Officials at the Columbus-based university said they hope to reduce IT costs by dealing with a single hardware vendor.
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