CNET News.com: TurboLinux chairman leaves for storage start-upOct 23, 2000, 20:28 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stephen Shankland)
"TurboLinux chairman and co-founder Cliff Miller has stepped down to create a start-up focusing on storing other companies' data."
"Miller now is chief executive of Mountain View Data, a company that will sell storage services on the open-source InterMezzo file storage software."
"Miller handed the TurboLinux CEO reins to Paul Thomas in June amid layoffs at the company. Thomas also is now chairman of TurboLinux, one of the top sellers of the Linux operating system and related software, spokesman Lonn Johnston said today...."
"Mountain View Data was founded in September and has about 10 employees, Miller said. The company hopes to differentiate itself from competitors such as StorageNetworks by having storage data centers in both the United States and Japan."