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High Performance Linux News for Jan 31, 2001

  • Enterprise Linux Today: HP Offers Linux Drivers for 44 Printers; Part of Big Boost to Linux Support (Jan 31, 2001, 18:42)
    After hiring Bruce Perens as general manager of their newly formed Linux Systems Operation, HP delivers the printer support Linux users have been asking for -- plus Linux: enterprise system management tools, rack-optimized products for service providers, development tools, 3D graphics, and expanded education and enterprise services.

  • IBM Backs Linux with Central Management, Services Push (Jan 31, 2001, 17:40)
    "Showing Linux's readiness for use in complex corporate computer networks, IBM will reveal plans to manage Linux-based computer systems anywhere within a global business network using its centralized Tivoli management system. The IBM executive will also point to how T-Systems, a Deutsche Telekom AG (DTEGn.DE) unit, is installing Linux on an IBM mainframe to manage massive e-mail databases for its customers."

  • InfoWorld: LinuxWorld: IBM to unveil 64-bit Linux server (Jan 31, 2001, 16:18)
    "With the new server, corporate customers will be able to scale from a single Intel processor-based server to a mainframe, maintaining the same class of reliability as the company's line of eServers, company officials said."

  • SearchEnterpriseLinux: BigStorage CEO speaks on largest Linux storage deal (Jan 31, 2001, 14:18)
    "What are the advantages of working with storage on Linux over other platforms? ... The really big advantage, from a storage standpoint, of Linux is the degree of innovation that is going on with the platform, specifically with file systems."