"And in the yellow corner, wearing black trunks: the area
designated at Comdex for Linux Business Expo's bustling floor
spawned gear aimed at easing Linux use for businesses and personal
applications. Embedded devices, thin-client servers and small
Linux operating systems (OSs) designed for use in Internet-ready
set-top boxes and memory-limited devices were among the
smorgasboard of Linux offerings at the convention held in
Chicago April 18-20."
"Coollogic's e-PilotTM Internet system incorporates the use of
Linux-based software with e-Pilot hardware in an attempt to bring
Internet access to those who do not own a personal computer. Their
onscreen display loomed large at the Coollogic booth, the marriage
of Linux and the boob-tube...."
"Another Linux company with news to spread was Maxspeed. The
Palo Alto, Calif., based thin-client server company announced an
agreement with Corel Corporation that it hopes will speed
acceptance and widespread use of Linux in desktop applications. The
company's thin-client products glowed from skinny desktop terminals
at their booth."
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