CNET News.com: Intel invests in European Linux sellerDec 02, 1999, 21:40 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Intel has invested in a third Linux seller, SuSE, which makes a version of the operating system that is popular chiefly in Europe."
"Intel and venture capital firm Apax Partners together invested about $12 million in the company, SuSE said in a statement. The funding will be used to set up new sales and support offices across the world and to improve its ability to help companies set up Linux systems, SuSE said...."
"Intel is investing in SuSE because we want to encourage the diffusion of Linux on Intel-based computers in Europe," Intel's Tim Keating said in a statement."
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