"Linbox, a French Linux company specializing in certified
and ready-to-use Linux systems, has secured an investment of 2.5
million Euros, or $2.25 million, June 8. Europ@web, a
collector and manager of Internet-related companies, and
Financiére de Brienne, a venture capital company, both
contributed to the investment."
"Linbox intends to develop its range of professional services
with these funds, according to a company release. Linbox's range of
clients includes schools, small organizations and company networks
needing a system that is easy to install and maintain, and is
compatible with extant applications and operationg systems (OSs).
The Linux Network Architecture (LNA) developed by Linbox is based
on diskless standard computers on the desktop paired with
"The Linbox Network Architecture allows users and systems
integrators to bring the power of Linux to the desktop at minimal
costs while still preserving user investments in Windows or MacOS
software," said Jean Pierre Laisné, CEO of Linbox. "Diskless
Linbox Net Stations can be set up in a matter of minutes by users
with no previous skills in the Linux environment and require no
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