LinuxInsider: Linux Thinks Big
May 19, 2004, 16:00 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Neil McAllister)
"How do you introduce a mainframe to the world of modern IT?
According to IBM, you run Linux on it.
"Big Blue says the open source OS, first offered on zSeries
mainframes in 2000, now accounts for approximately 17 percent of
IBM's mainframe revenue and 22 percent of hardware capacity shipped
to customers. At the end of 2003, IBM had close to 300 customers
running Linux in production environments and more than 1,000
customers in some stage of deployment..."