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CNET News.com: Loss shrinks for thin-client firm Neoware

“Neoware, a manufacturer of stripped-down computers known as
thin clients, reported a net loss of $199,000, or 2 cents a share,
on revenue of $3.2 million for the quarter ended June 30. The
figures compare to $2.8 million revenue and a loss of $723,000, or
11 cents a share, for the same quarter the year before”

“Neoware thin clients use a modified version of Red Hat’s
Linux operating system called NeoLinux, designed to easily plug
into Windows networks.
Motorola invested in the company in
1998.”


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