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High Performance Linux News for Feb 12, 2001

  • Austin Business Journal: Dell to establish Linux center near Austin (Feb 12, 2001, 23:58)
    "At Dell, "part of the labs that will produce white papers, validated configurations, sizing tools and deployment guides will be located on the Round Rock campus in the engineering labs," Jech says. "The other labs will contain customer proof-of-concept capabilities. If they need to migrate to a Linux environment running Oracle, we can help them facilitate and test those conditions before they actually deploy them."

  • ChannelWeb: Computer Associates Deepens Linux Link; Unicenter TNG Won LinuxWorld Best-in-Category (Feb 12, 2001, 18:34)
    "The company, which has more than 18,000 employees, has been blitzing the market with new Linux-based products with the belief that the operating system kernel can be a powerful and less costly e-business platform. ... In addition, CA's Unicenter TNG e-business management solution won the Best System Integration Solution at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo in New York earlier this month."

  • Linux Kernel 2.4 Ascends The Big Iron (Feb 12, 2001, 17:56)
    "Mainframes, often thought to be dinosaurs by newer generations, seem to be making a Jurassic Park comeback. Once highly proprietary, mainframes are now adopting open standards like TCP/IP, gigabit Ethernet and Linux."