Smart Partner: Intel says chips will spread the Linux gospel
Feb 01, 2001, 21:42 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mary Jo Foley)
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"Chipmaker goes on the offensive at LinuxWorld to convince
developers that Itanium can make open-source software sing."
"Intel sought Thursday to enlist the help of open-source
developers in pushing Linux and open-source software to their
"During his keynote address Thursday at the LinuxWorld
Conference and Expo in New York, William Swope, vice president of
Intel's architecture group, talked up the role of enterprise
servers in furthering the growth and potential of open-source
"Swope attempted to rally the audience by defining the business
opportunities for Linux. The opportunities are significant,
especially "when the need outstrips the supply," he said. "You guys
have got one of these (opportunities) in the data center."
"We're going to have to deal with the database," Swope said.
"We're going to have to deal with both scale-up and scale-out."
"There's going to be mixing and matching of technologies. Who
does that work so that it gets tested and validated?"
- ComputerWorld: Vendors say it's time for Linux to hit data centers(Feb 01, 2001)
- Ch@nnelWeb: Intel's Swope: Linux To Fuel Data Centers(Jan 30, 2001)
- CNET News.com: Intel edges into Transmeta territory with new chip(Jan 30, 2001)
- Enterprise Linux Today: Linux Supercomputing: IBM and Intel take it one step further(Jan 21, 2001)
- Korea Herald: Oracle, Intel team up for Linux(Jan 16, 2001)
- LinuxWorld: Open source tips for Intel and AMD - A little chipset war never hurt anyone(Jan 14, 2001)
- VNU Net: Intel passes buck on P4 compatibility(Jan 03, 2001)
- Linux.com: Linux, Windows NT, and the Pentium 4(Dec 20, 2000)
- FreeOS.com: Itanium - The next big leap for Linux(Dec 19, 2000)
- The Register: Intel claimed to have squeezed IBM to dump Transmeta(Nov 02, 2000)