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CNET News: Linux Company Plans Windows Move

Oct 07, 2002, 16:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stephen Shankland)

"SWsoft, whose Virtuozzo software lets several copies of Linux run simultaneously on the same Intel server, plans to expand its reach next year.

"The company will announce next week plans to improve its software so it works on Itanium, Intel's new high-end chip family that is able to support much larger amounts of memory than Pentium and Xeon products. What's more, SWsoft plans to work its software for the Windows market.

"The South San Francisco, Calif.-based SWsoft expects to release its Itanium product in the first or second quarter of 2003, said Craig Oda, vice president of business development. The Windows version is due in the first half of 2003..."

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