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In a move intended to help sell its Express Routers and its Inbusiness Internet station, Intel announced a joint move with provider UUnet targeted at small and medium size firms. Under the deal, both companies will offer commission and sales incentives to resellers who manage to sell the combined services of the companies. Sales staff at resellers will receive up to $3,000 when they sell UUnet Internet services combined with the Intel products. Resellers will also be able to buy Intel products on an ad hoc basis from distributors, rather than holding stock. Intel was unable to say which territories other than the US the deal will apply to. ®

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