Linux.com: The Week in Review (June 3, 2000)Jun 05, 2000, 06:06 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jeff Alami)
"The world of embedded Linux solutions just got bigger with the announcement of a Linux-powered version of the CerfBoard hardware product by Intrinsyc. At less than 5.5 square inches, saying that the StrongARM-powered CerfBoard has a small footprint would be an understatement."
"...Internet.com launched Apache Today, a repository of Apache news and information. With an all-star cast of well-known Apache experts including Ken Coar, Martin C. Brown, and Ryan Bloom, Apache Today aims to provide news and original in-depth articles."
"...The second Linux company to announce wide-ranging layoffs and expense cuts is TurboLinux, makers of the TurboLinux distribution and clustering software. "The main reason we're doing it is just market realities," said Lonn Johnson, TurboLinux' VP of Marketing. "In the old days, not just Linux companies but lots of companies were going as quickly as possible to grab market share, build products, develop technologies, and do all kinds of stuff. The market said, 'That's cool, you can worry about profitability later.' You can certainly see in the last month, that that's no longer cool, and you need to have a pretty clear path to profitability."
"...This is the first of the Week in Review series, to be published every Saturday morning."
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