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DesktopLinux: Xandros: Delivering the Corporate Desktop

Feb 13, 2003, 17:30 (5 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jill Ratkevic)

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"DesktopLinux.com discovers what Hilton hotels recently learned--Xandros delivers the corporate desktop. Emphasizing solutions that offer a smooth transition for companies migrating from Microsoft Windows and a significant cost savings (reportedly millions for Hilton alone), Xandros is paving the way for Desktop Linux. This in-depth interview with Xandros' Chairman Frederick Berenstein and VP of software development, Ming Poon walks us through the global corporate transition to Linux, Xandros' corporate strategy, open source philosophy, and much, much more...

"DesktopLinux.com: Many people talk about Linux not being ready for the masses. They further suggest only early adopters are incorporating Linux into their computing environments. What is your take on the desktop computing market and where does Xandros fit in?

"Ming Poon: The Xandros Desktop has reached a 'critical mass' of application compatibility and breadth of functionality that makes it a truly viable alternative to Windows. For the vast majority of our customers, 'it just works...'"

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