LinuxMall.com: Google, Linux and Sliced BreadJun 02, 2000, 17:08 (4 Talkback[s])
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"In what may be the greatest collaboration since peanut butter met jelly, the creamy goodness of Linux has been spread across an estimated 4,000 PCs that help search engine Google make the Internet a better, and far less sticky place."
"Like the sandwich, the union of Linux with Google is not new."
"Red Hat Software spokesperson Melissa London said that the 4,000-node cluster used to power Google's immensely powerful search engine services started out with Linux. "Google has used Red Hat Linux for all its Internet computing functions since its inception in 1998."
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