IT Management Linux News for Jun 22, 2000
ComputerUser.com: Dell Throws its Weight Behind Red Hat Linux (Jun 22, 2000, 22:52)
"Dell Computer, the largest direct-seller of personal computers,
has put its weight behind the case for further commercial adoption
of Linux operating system software."
Open Source IT: Streaming media picture on Linux coming into focus (Jun 22, 2000, 21:47)
"Instead of adding more Solaris servers, CNN Interactive chose
systems running on Linux. "A Linux system seemed capable," says
Gerstel, "and its low price eased the cost justification."
BW: Bluepoint Provides Linux Solutions to Leading Internet Service Providers in China (Jun 22, 2000, 20:38)
"...China United Online will purchase search engine system and
free-email server system from Bluepoint, and Bluepoint will provide
China United Online with technical support and technical
PRNewswire: StockTalkLive.com Selects VA Linux Professional Services and Servers... (Jun 22, 2000, 20:17)
"...StockTalkLive.com has selected VA Linux Professional
Services to port its streaming applications to Linux.
StockTalkLive.com is using several dozen ultra-dense VA Linux
servers to power its streaming stock quotes... as well as its live
audio and video financial broadcasts..."
LinuxMall.com: Tearing Down the Wall with Linux, IBM (Jun 22, 2000, 19:52)
"All in all, IBM is reinforcing the notion that it's not just
another brick in Linux's wall."
LinuxPR: LinuxSolve & Guardian Digital to Promote Linux Security Solutions to American Businesses (Jun 22, 2000, 19:42)
"...will promote the real-world benefits of Linux as a security
platform through a combination of articles, case studies,
promotional events, and regular newsletters."
LinuxMall.com: Inferno Sparks Open Flame (Jun 22, 2000, 19:42)
"Inferno has been obtained by Vita Nuova, who will release its
source code, architectures, manuals and papers, along with other
materials--but only to its yearly subscribers."
LinuxPR: Loki Games on QLITech Advanced Multimedia Workstations
(Jun 22, 2000, 16:46)
"Under the terms of the agreement, QLITech now bundles a variety
of hit Loki titles on the Advanced Multimedia Workstations."
CNET News.com: IBM overhauls voice-recognition strategy (Jun 22, 2000, 13:32)
"Supporting its continued thrust into Linux, IBM later this
month will begin selling ViaVoice Dictation for Linux, which will
sell for about $60 retail."
Ottawa Citizen: Investors dump Corel shares (Jun 22, 2000, 11:49)
"Fears were raised by rapidly falling Corel sales and a company
warning that if it is unable to raise $30 million through sale of
stock or other new financing, "the company's ability to continue
could be in substantial doubt."