Computerworld NZ: Linux Gets Big in Christchurch
May 29, 2002, 01:00 (9 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Andrea Malcolm)
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"Christchurch is becoming something of a Linux hot bed.
"Tait Electronics infrastructure manager Barry Ireland thinks
the firm may have one of the biggest Linux installations in the
country, running 500 Windows users over about 400 active Samba
sessions on a Linux Red Hat server. MasterTrade, meanwhile, another
Christchurch company, is running Linux on 300 desktops.
"Tait, which has around 650 staff at its Christchurch base and
800 internationally, moved its file and print, storage and
networking services from Sun Solaris to Red Hat running on Intel
servers built by Christchurch's Cyclone Computers..."