Enterprise Linux Today: Linuxcare Adds 10 New Customers; Services Continue to Drive Linux Adoption
Dec 06, 2000, 20:01 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Linuxcare, Inc., a leader in providing comprehensive
professional services and solutions for Linux and open-source
technologies, today unveiled 10 new customer names and declared
that its services model has delivered substantial business value to
its customers with the end-goal of accelerating Linux adoption.
Linuxcare maximizes the benefits of Linux for its customers,
including customizing for higher reliability, greater performance
and features, as well as faster time to market."
"Linuxcare adds the following 10 companies to its customer
base: Adaptec, Digital Island, Ecrix Corporation, Ivenue.com,
Maxtor, SGI, Espial, 3ware, VERITAS Software and
WSE/Honeywell. These companies join an elite customer list,
which has grown in the past six months to include: Compaq, Eazel,
Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Motorola, SmartDisk, Sun Microsystems,
Tricord Systems and Zelerate (formerly OpenSales)."
"Linuxcare's unparalleled team of experts and unique,
vendor-neutral approach addresses the needs of a diverse customer
base through cross-leveraging of its consulting, support, education
and product testing/certification service offerings. With this
continued success, the company remains on track to profitability by
the fourth quarter of 2001. In addition, Linuxcare's moves toward
automated delivery of its services, including Deltabase and eTest,
are driving greater internal efficiencies by extending "guru-level"
expertise to a broader set of customers and partners."