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LinuxPR: IndyBox to offer Red Hat 6.1

Oct 30, 1999, 04:03 (2 Talkback[s])

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"IndyBox Systems, the world's leading manufacturer of Linux computers, announced the availability of Red Hat Linux 6.1 as an option in all of their systems."

"IndyBox Systems Executive Charles Martin said "IndyBox is shipping Red Hat Linux version 6.1 with all IndyBox Linux systems. We are very excited about continuing our relationship with Red Hat. Red Hat continuously produces a user-friendly version of Linux that has remained very popular. While other distributions continue to grow in popularity too, Red Hat is forming partnerships that will allow Linux to continue its dominance within the enterprise market with its efforts to optimize SMP performance. We feel AMD's Athlon processor is uniquely suited to provide highly-scalable SMP solutions based upon Alpha's EV6 bus protocol -- possibly at the maximum bus speed of 400MHz."

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