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BW: Maxspeed's MaxStation is First Linux Desktop Device Certified by Linuxcare

Jan 27, 2000, 23:00 (0 Talkback[s])

"Maxspeed Corporation, a leader and pioneer in Linux desktop devices, today announced that Linuxcare, the recognized leader in Linux services, has certified Maxspeed's MaxStation with five leading Linux distribution systems including Caldera, Mandrake, Red Hat, SUSE and TurboLinux. Maxspeed's MaxStation is the first Linux desktop device certified by Linuxcare."

"The Maxstation thin-client allows multiple users to share one Linux server and eliminates the need for Linux PCs on the desktop, offering improved simplicity, significant cost savings, greater reliability, enhanced performance and quicker, easier installation versus Wintel PC-based networks."

"We are pleased to establish a close working relationship with Maxspeed to help them facilitate Linux users' access to thin-client desktop hardware and a full array of support services," said, Arthur F. Tyde III, Co-Founder and Executive Vice President at Linuxcare. "I am confident agreements of this type will help accelerate a transition to Linux environments on the desktop."

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