"TurboLinux, Inc., the high-performance Linux company, today
announced that the MIT Sloan School of Management's prestigious
annual Sloan Challenge business contest is powered by TurboLinux on
IBM Netfinity hardware."
"The MIT Sloan Challenge pits elite teams of executives,
professors and MBA students from around the world in a grueling
one-day battle of wits, ingenuity, and creativity in a race to
bring a fictitious product to market."
"TurboLinux Server is easy to install, solid and stable, and was
the distribution I had to fuss the least with once it was up and
running," said Justin Martinez-Sowers, chief technologist for the
Sloan Challenge event. "Having an IBM Netfinity server running
TurboLinux provides the power, scalability and reliability that we
needed to ensure our Web site and system uptime."