The Register: Red Hat founds 'Xerox PARC for Linux clustering'Feb 02, 2000, 16:58 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Red Hat... today... announced the formation of a PARC-style research centre charged with developing "world class" Linux clustering technology."
"... the prime motivator here appears to be its partner Alpha Processor (API), the Samsung-Compaq joint venture. The clustering technology centre -- to be based at Red Hat's facility in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina... is aimed at promoting Alpha as a server platform."
"... since the work will be carried out as an open source project, it will eventually appear in the Intel and Sparc versions of Red Hat Linux..."
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