[Marketing-Public]OEM Bundling

Ryan Nicolas rgnicolas at rogers.com
Sat, 7 Aug 2004 11:25:15 -0400

What about internet service providers? They often create a custom 
Internet Explorer version (re-branded, Ex: rogers.yahoo!.com) which is 
distributed to account holders when they sign up.


On Aug 7, 2004, at 11:01 AM, Albert Ren wrote:

> Has any effort been made in trying to get major OEMs involved in 
> bundling Firefox, maybe even making it the default browser after 1.0?
> Personally, I think targeting Dell, HPaq, and Gateway/Emachines would 
> go a long way towards spreading the Firefox love.  After all, if Real 
> and Sun can get them to bundle RealPlayer and Java, surely they 
> wouldn't mind bundling Firefox (and maybe the Flash plugin too if 
> Macromedia doesn't mind)
> Albert
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