The Washington Post has obtained a list of the top 100 companies that made the biggest investment in new U.N. computers and equipment.
The Post, citing anonymous sources, said the military and its allied nations had been the largest beneficiaries of the equipment.
They include Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Cisco Systems, Intel, Microsoft and IBM, among others.
Dell is the biggest, with $7 million in pre-orders, followed by HP, Cisco, IBM, Cisco and Intel, the Post reported.
The top five were: Dell $3.6 billion, Cisco $2.5 billion, HP $1.4 billion, Intel $1 billion and Microsoft $821 million.
The post noted that the U.K. has been the biggest beneficiary of the computers, with 1,049 units sold in the month of May.
The U.L.N., a United Nations agency that helps the U of A with post-secondary education, also benefited.
Its $8.2 billion in pre orders for computers and other technology, including laptops, tablets and mobile phones, accounted for $2 billion of its $18.9 billion in sales, the report said.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.