Microsoft Irish arm makes 12m Vista CDs

Twelve million software CDs have been manufactured in Dublin for this week’s global launch of Microsoft’s Vista computer operating system, according to the company’s managing director in Ireland.

27th January, 2007

Twelve million software CDs have been manufactured in Dublin for this week’s global launch of Microsoft’s Vista computer operating system, according to the company’s managing director in Ireland.

Joe Macri said that more than 1,000 of the company’s 1,200 Dublin-based employees had contributed to the development and roll-out of Vista, which will replace Windows XP on computer desktops.

‘‘There are very few people of our people who wouldn’t have...

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