"Linux's growing strength in corporate America manifested
itself at LinuxWorld Expo here Wednesday as several major
vendors threw their weight behind the open-source operating system
with new products and deeper strategic commitment.
Leading the parade was IBM, which pledged to deliver
its journaled file system and engineering support to the open
source community. IBM also is making its ViaVoice speech
recognition product and think clients available on Linux."
"IBM has already made available to the open-source community
over the past year its XML parsers and Jikes reference compiler. It
will make other products and technologies available, including
those from its research division, over the course of this year,
according to company officials."
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