LinuxWorld.com.au: IBM invests US$200M in Linux development in Asia-PacificAug 31, 2000, 13:53 (0 Talkback[s])
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"IBM today announced that it will be investing more than US$200 million in the Asia-Pacific region over the next four years. The investment will see Linux-focused centres opened throughout the region, Linux-savvy service personnel deployed, and an increased focus on the operating system as a business platform."
"The US$200 million investment will see the creation of Linux Development Centres and Linux Competency Centres across the region. ... The centres will be open to all software vendors, whether they be start-ups working on a new innovative use of Linux, or leading enterprise level application developers who want to port their existing products to the Linux platform. The Asia-Pacific centres will be complimented by the existing DeveloperWorks Japanese version Web site, as well as the Chinese version of the Web site which will appear late this year."
"IBM will be rapidly deploying 300 specialist Linux consultants, hardware and software specialists, researchers, product developers and services professionals into the Asia-Pacific region to kick-start this far reaching support of Linux."
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