Computerworld: Spanish Health Care Agency Taps IBM, Linux for IT Systems
Mar 09, 2005, 16:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Todd R. Weiss)
"IBM has built a $33.8 million Linux-based computer network for
a Spanish health care agency that will be used to improve health
care for residents in rural parts of the country.
"In an announcement, IBM said today that the system--believed to
be the largest Linux deployment in Spain--was built for the
Servicio Extremeno de Salud (SES) health care agency in the Spanish
region of Extremadura..."