"Next time you buy a pizza at Little Caesars, the clerk at
the cash register might well be using a Linux computer."
"MaxSpeed makes hardware that lets companies plug numerous sets
of keyboards, pointing devices and monitors into a single Linux
server. The hardware, which is being used at FTD, Little Caesars
and others, is geared for use at chain stores that have numerous
"Despite the buzz around Linux, MaxSpeed won't have an easy
time, said International Data Corp. analyst Eileen O'Brian.
"There's nothing wrong with it from a technical standpoint," she
said. "My concern is the company may not have the wherewithal and
momentum to market it."
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