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SiliconValley.internet.com: HP Unveils New Linux Lineup (LinuxWorld Update)

Jan 29, 2002, 21:08 (5 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Gretchen Hyman)
"Hewlett-Packard Compay (NYSE:HWP) took a bold step today against the backdrop of a still-shaky economy to accelerate the push for Linux-supported business solutions and display its improved lineup of Linux-based hardware, customized software, and service offerings for the business and telecommunications industries.

Among its wares on display at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo are Linux-based workstations, Linux solutions for Officejet and inkjet printers, Opencall software developer's kit, and the company's newest Linux-based servers based on open industry-standard technology and the Intel architecture for the telecommunications industry.

Software manageability offerings include HP Servicecontrol Manager, Toptools, and HP MC/Serviceguard. The company also plans to introduce a pay-per-use utility pricing program for Linux service providers (available in Spring 2002) designed to give service providers a stronger hold on information technology fluctuations in accordance with company revenue."

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