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Furthermore, Dell faced competition from several Japanese manufacturers, which were offering IBM clones at oitput prices. Further, having had trouble meeting demand, Dell used money raised from its stock offering to expand capacity and warehouse space, leaving the company with little cash. When it overestimated demand during the fourth quarter of 1988, the firm suddenly had no cash and warehouses full of unsold computers. Dell responded to bash pipe output to file increasing competition by increasing the marathi prem kavita hot
of technical sophistication in its computers. Half of its 1988 sales came from PCs using the Intel Corp. Dell also hired computer scientist Glenn Henry away from IBM to work on product development.