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Tommy Hilfiger Chooses IBM and Linux for e-business Infrastructure

New Portals Expand Company's Reach to Specialty Retailers, Factories, Employees

ARMONK, NY - 06 Dec 2001: IBM today announced that Tommy Hilfiger Corporation has chosen IBM, eOneGroup and Linux for its new e-business infrastructure as the company works to expand its presence among thousands of U.S. specialty retailers, as well as its worldwide manufacturing facilities and employees.

Tommy Hilfiger selected technologies from IBM, including IBM eServer products running Linux, DB2 Universal Database, Java and eOneGroup's suite of software products to create:

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Glen Brandow
IBM Media Relations
(914) 766-3215
brandow@us.ibm.com

Kirsten Graham
IBM Media Relations
(914) 766-3539
kirsteng@us.ibm.com

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