Internet World: How Do ISPs Love Linux?Sep 04, 1999, 13:44 (6 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Kevin Reichard)
[ Thanks to Andrew Bowser for this link. ]
"Let Us Count the Ways It's reliable, it's open, it's hot on Wall Street. And unlike NT, it lets engineers sleep at night."
"The ISP business is as cutthroat and competitive as they come. Most ISPs live life on the financial edge. So to survive as an ISP of any size, you have to have the fastest network possible, the most reliable network possible, and the least expensive network possible."
"No wonder small to midsize ISPs are adopting Linux in large numbers."
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