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PRNewswire: Cobalt Networks Partners With Developers to 'Appliantize' Linux-Based Applications

Feb 22, 2000, 20:19 (0 Talkback[s])

"Cobalt Networks, a leading provider of server appliances, announced today its first Developer Network, an introductory developer program that offers technical and co-marketing support for developers of Linux solutions. The program offers sample code, technical notes, software tools, an on-line discussion group, and co-marketing programs designed to support the development of Linux server appliances."

"Cobalt is excited to see the momentum within the developer community to create applications specifically for the Cobalt platform," said Mark Orr, vice president of business development and co-founder, Cobalt Networks, Inc. "Developers are recognizing that by 'appliantizing' their applications on Cobalt server appliances, time to market and development time are significantly reduced, while sales and revenue are maximized."

"Through Cobalt's Developer Network, developers are ultimately given the ability to create solutions that take advantage of the benefits of Linux, while hiding its complexities."

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