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High Performance Linux News for Jun 20, 2000

  • NetworkWorld: Linux: the devil is in the details [of the 157 flavors of Linux] (Jun 20, 2000, 05:02)
    "In the end, Kusnetzky says, network managers should remember that trying out a few offerings might be worth the hassle, considering the dramatic savings of a Linux implementation, which can be thousands of dollars less for each client on the network compared to leading operating system implementations."

  • NetworkWorld: The trek ahead [to the enterprise] (Jun 20, 2000, 04:38)
    "Observers say the brainchild of Linus Torvalds has more than hype to thank for its popularity: Linux is, above all else, a stable operating system with a loyal developer community that supports itself. At the end of the day those two factors are helping Linux adapt quickly to end-user demands for more features and stability. Those are the keys to success in a market that has little patience for bugs, poor performance and steep pricing."

  • CNET Mission Critical Linux snags $20 million (Jun 20, 2000, 01:16)
    "Unlike several other Linux start-ups, Mission Critical Linux doesn't plan to use the cash to fund aggressive expansion efforts. "We believe we have critical mass at the moment" with about 80 employees, said chief executive Moiz Kohari."