CNET News.com: SGI underscores Linux commitmentJun 22, 1999, 10:52 (2 Talkback[s])
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"SGI is taking steps to make Linux run better on its new Intel-based workstations, marking another step in the company's move toward the open source operating system."
"Linux... continues to take the computing world by storm... Now the software seems to be making a claim for top billing at SGI..."
"We intend to have Linux workstation capabilities by the end of the year," said Geoff Stedman, manager of market development for SGI's workstation division."
"Beau Vrolyk, senior vice president for SGI's computer systems business unit, believes that in 10 years there will be only three operating systems in servers: Linux, Microsoft's Windows NT, and Monterey..."
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