Infrastructure Linux News for Mar 15, 2005
searchenterpriselinux.com: Sizing Up The Linux E-Mail Market (Mar 15, 2005, 22:00)
"A growing number of companies today are exploring the potential
cost benefits of Linux-based e-mail platforms as compared to the
gold standard that is Microsoft Exchange..."
thehostingnews.com: Simplicato's Email Address Authentication Released as an Open Source (Mar 15, 2005, 21:00)
"Simplicato, a business email hosting company, releases a unique
open source anti-Spam, anti-Phishing solution..."
LinuxDevices.com: Community Springs Up Around Linux-Based Wireless Routers (Mar 15, 2005, 20:05)
"Several LinuxDevices readers have reported that a thriving user
community has sprung up around a line of inexpensive wireless
routers from Asus that run Linux..."
news.inq7.net: Sun Shows Vision Of Future Desktop Interface (Mar 15, 2005, 19:05)
"SINGAPORE -- How will the future desktop computer look like?
Will it still be contained in a computer display or will it be
composed of holograms?..."
ITWeek: Linux revs up Renault F1 testing (Mar 15, 2005, 16:15)
"Linux has helped the Renault Formula 1 team to slash its engine
and chassis computational analysis time by 90 per cent..."
PCMag.com: Are You Safer With Firefox? (Mar 15, 2005, 15:10)
"Is Firefox a more secure web browser than Microsoft's Internet
Explorer? The answer may be yes, but the issues are more
complicated than most people realize..."
Computer Business Review Online: Canopy Bails Out As SCO Prepares To Fight Delisting (Mar 15, 2005, 14:30)
"Litigious Unix vendor SCO Group expects to file its delayed
annual report with the Securities and Exchange Commission in the
next few days as it prepares to fight a potential delisting from
the Nasdaq SmallCap market..."
CNET.com.au: Key Open Source Planning Tool Gets Overhaul (Mar 15, 2005, 13:30)
"The entire realm of open-source software could get a
performance boost if all goes well with a plan to overhaul a
crucial programming tool called GCC..."
LinuxWorld.com.au: Novell Debuts ZENworks For Linux (Mar 15, 2005, 12:30)
"Novell on Friday at the Cebit show took the wraps off its
Linux-based management system, emphasizing its lifecycle management
capabilities, which are intended to lower the overall costs of an
LinuxElectrons: Interphase Quad-Port Gigabit Ethernet Mezzanine Module Unveiled (Mar 15, 2005, 11:00)
"Interphase® Corporation (NASDAQ:INPH) has released details
of the company's first product in a new line of AdvancedMC
mezzanine modules for Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture