ZDNet UK: Project Monterey in disarraySep 08, 2000, 15:18 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Matt Loney)
"...IBM's director of Unix strategy Deepak Advanti last week agreed that where IBM would have talked about UnixWare one year ago it is now talking about Linux."
"Where two years ago we would not have thought of Linux as the volume 32bit operating system, over the course of the last year it has become dominant," he said."
"Advanti said that IBM's Unix strategy now has three key elements -- none of which includes UnixWare. "We will push AIX as an open enterprise-class strategic operating system, we will push Linux as the pervasive high volume operating system, and we will create a common application programming interface across Linux and AIX."