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    By Vangie Beal :  May 16, 2002

    (Press Release) Dell has further increased its appeal to enterprise computing customers and again demonstrated a unique ability to manage costs, en route to better-than-expected revenue and earnings per share for the fiscal first quarter, which ended May 3. The company has met or exceeded its guidance to investors for five consecutive quarters, and expects to achieve year-over-year growth in both revenue and EPS in Q2. Total first-quarter shipments of Dell standards-based servers, storage products and workstations jumped 16 percent. The company gained more than two points of server market share worldwide and three in the United States. Dell's U.S. server share reached 30 percent for the first time, as the company continued to lead that strategically important market category even after recent industry consolidation. At the same time, Dell further enhanced the efficiency of its customer-focused direct business model, driving operating expenses as a percent of revenue below 10 percent for the first time in company history.

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