Computerworld Australia: US Bank Sees Savings by Moving to Linux Servers
Jan 20, 2006, 14:30 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Eric Lai)
[ Thanks to Matt for
this link. ]
"Cleveland's Key Bank is keeping its own bank balance healthy by
moving much of its back-end infrastructure to Linux.
"In mid-2004, Key Bank, which manages US$92.3 billion in
customer assets, began replacing aging Unix servers with
Intel-based Linux servers that are less expensive than sticking
with pricey and proprietary Unix hardware. The bank saw its server
costs fall by 80 percent, according to Dave Seager, vice president
of Unix systems engineering..."