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Dell Canada and Bombardier Extend Business Relationship

Nov. 16, 2007, Montreal, Que. – Bombardier Aerospace will partner with Dell Canada for leading computer notebook technology to manage maintenance operations for Challenger 605* jets.


November 16, 2007
By Carey Fredericks

Nov. 16, 2007, Montreal, Que. – Dell Canada today announced the extension of a business
relationship through which Bombardier Aerospace will partner with Dell Canada for leading
computer notebook technology to manage maintenance operations for Challenger 605* jets.

Bombardier will provide a Dell Latitude D530 notebook computer with every Challenger 605 jet.
The computer will be equipped with custom maintenance application software and will be used by
aircraft maintenance technicians to perform time saving troubleshooting operations.

“Our relationship with Dell goes back many years and to date, the Dell notebooks have performed
superbly in our Challenger aircraft. We are delighted to feature the new Dell Latitude D530
notebook in our Challenger 605* jet,” said Bassam Sabbagh, vice president, Challenger
Programs, Bombardier Business Aircraft.

Bombardier has been a Dell commercial client since 1999. Over the years, Dell has worked with
Bombardier to standardize and reduce the cost and complexity of its IT environment.
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Photographed by a Bombardier Challenger 605 from right to left: Bassam Sabbagh, vice
president, Challenger Programs, Bombardier Business Aircraft and Paul Bell, Senior Vice
President and President, Americas, Dell, Inc.


• Bombardier, Challenger and Challenger 605 are either registered or unregistered
trademarks of Bombardier Inc. or its subsidiaries.

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About Dell Canada Inc.

Headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Dell Canada Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Dell
Inc. Dell Canada is among the leaders in desktop products, notebooks, servers and storage, and
has offices in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Edmonton.