Dell Inc., which leads the market for selling computers to schools, plans to strengthen its grip by cutting prices and helping schools create digital classrooms, chief executive Michael Dell said.


Dell already controls 44 percent of the market for computers and computer equipment to U.S. schools and colleges, according to research firm International Data Corp.


"Sure we can grow it," Dell said in a conference call with reporters. "I think it's fair to say we're going to be growing faster than the market."


The company plans to increase

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