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PRNewswire: CompTIA Announces Linux+ Certification

Jul 19, 2000, 20:24 (0 Talkback[s])


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"CompTIA, the Computing Technology Industry Association, has announced that it will add a Linux certification to its existing suite of vendor-neutral certification programs."

"CompTIA is a global leader in the development of standards for the converging computing and communications market, with existing A+, Network+, Certified Document Imaging Architech and i-Net+ certifications."

"The industry asked CompTIA to develop Linux+ based on our tremendous record of success in certification development," said John Venator, president and CEO of CompTIA. "Sair Linux, Inc. was the first company to make the commitment to join CompTIA in the development of Linux+. Partnering with the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) and Sair, CompTIA will bring Caldera and other major industry vendors and customers together to create a globally accepted benchmark certification for Linux. Growth rates are being fueled by ASPs and ISPs which are using it as a cost-effective web server/application server platform. We expect Linux+ to be the entry point for a number of higher level Linux certification programs."

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